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Medicaid Expansion Leads to Decrease in Uninsured Adults in Rural Colorado, Study Finds

The uninsured rate for low-income adults has dropped 29 percentage points since Colorado expanded Medicaid — the largest decrease experienced by a state, according to a new study. Colorado is one of multiple states to see a decrease in the number of uninsured adults in rural areas since expanding Medicaid. (Jessica Seaman, Denver Post)

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