Texas Sharply Drops Medicaid Expansion Cost Estimate

On the heels of Gov. Rick Perry's declaration that Texas will not expand Medicaid because it is too costly, his health and human services commissioner said that fully implementing health care reform would cost the state about $11 billion less over 10 years than previously estimated.
July 13, 2012
 

On the heels of Gov. Rick Perry's declaration that Texas will not expand Medicaid because it is too costly, his health and human services commissioner said that fully implementing health care reform would cost the state about $11 billion less over 10 years than previously estimated.

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