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The Austin American Statesman: Medicaid Expansion Could Help 400,000 Mentally Ill Texans, Report Says

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at March 30, 2016

The Austin American Statesman: Medicaid Expansion Could Help 400,000 Mentally Ill Texans, Report Says
About 406,000 Texans with mental illness and substance abuse disorders could have health insurance if the state expanded Medicaid, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Monday. Texas is one of 20 states that have not expanded Medicaid coverage, opting out of many provisions of the Affordable Care Act. (Chang, 3/28)

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