Health Care for Working Mississippians Cheaper Than Predicted


A recent report from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) finds that expanding health care access for working people across the country will cost less than initially projected. There are still a number of states, as shown in the map below, that are not pursing the policy of expanded health care access at this time. Mississippi is still on that list.So why the stubbornness to help keep poor Americans from falling further into poverty? The conclusion: ideology. Governors in the states highlighted in orange continue to say no; the governor of Montana supports expanding health care opportunity, but his legislature refuses to

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