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As Many as 345,000 Jobs at Stake

Graham Cassidy will cause major job loss

Leighton Ku and colleagues at George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health analyzed the potential effects of the most recent version of Graham-Cassidy on employment and state economies. The researchers projected that, if the bill became law, total national employment would have risen by 225,000 in 2018 before falling – with 345,000 jobs lost by 2026. Collectively, the 32 states that expanded Medicaid would have lost jobs, while the 19 nonexpansion states stood to gain employment. 

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