Several states are now leaning toward or have outright abandoned all plans to allow expansion of their Medicaid programs. Most recently, Wyoming rejected plans to expand its Medicaid program via provisions offered under the Affordable Care Act. Representatives for Kansas have also told reporters that the state is not planning on scheduling hearings on three different bills allowing for Medicaid expansion. So far, 29 states have formally adopted Medicaid expansion, while the rest have either rejected adoption or are still considering it. Medicaid program enrollment has been growing exponentially under the new health law. The Obama administration announced that more than 10 million Americans have joined the Medicaid program since 2013.
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