More Than 500,000 People Enrolled In Medicaid Through Expansion Are Ineligible

A new study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) found that more than 500,000 people enrolled in Medicaid through expansion are ineligible for the program.The total number of ineligible enrollees is potentially three times higher since the nine states evaluated  in the study represent only 25 percent of the 37 states that expanded their medicare.  For more information see The Center Square.