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State by State Guide to Medicaid Expansion

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) expands Medicaid coverage for most low-income adults to 138% of the federal poverty level (FPL) ($15,415 for an individual or $26,344 for a family of three in 2012). Following the June 2012 Supreme Court decision, states face a decision about whether to adopt the Medicaid expansion. Here's a quick state by state update as of March 5, 2013. 

State by State Guide to Medicaid Expansion

United States

27 Supports

17 Opposes

7 Weighing Options

Alabama

Opposes

Alaska

Opposes

Arizona

Supports

Arkansas

Supports

California

Supports

Colorado

Supports

Connecticut

Supports

Delaware

Supports

District of Columbia

Supports

Florida

Supports

Georgia

Opposes

Hawaii

Supports

Idaho

Opposes

Illinois

Supports

Indiana

Opposes

Iowa

Opposes

Kansas

Weighing Options

Kentucky

Weighing Options

Louisiana

Opposes

Maine

Opposes

Maryland

Supports

Massachusetts

Supports

Michigan

Supports

Minnesota

Supports

Mississippi

Opposes

Missouri

Supports

Montana

Supports

Nebraska

Opposes

Nevada

Supports

New Hampshire

Supports

New Jersey

Supports

New Mexico

Supports

New York

Supports

North Carolina

Opposes

North Dakota

Supports

Ohio

Supports

Oklahoma

Opposes

Oregon

Supports

Pennsylvania

Opposes

Rhode Island

Supports

South Carolina

Opposes

South Dakota

Weighing Options

Tennessee

Weighing Options

Texas

Opposes

Utah

Weighing Options

Vermont

Supports

Virginia

Opposes

Washington

Supports

West Virginia

Weighing Options

Wisconsin

Opposes

Wyoming

Weighing Options

Source: kff.org, Updated March 5,2013

State by State Guide to Medicaid Expansion