Medicaid came out on top in elections throughout the country last week.
With the arrival of a Democratic majority in the House, attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, including its Medicaid expansion, appear to have come to an end – at least for now.
Voters in three states approved ballot questions to expand their states’ Medicaid programs.
And two states elected governors likely to expand their states’ Medicaid programs.
Learn more about what the mid-term elections meant to Medicaid and its future in this Washington Post story.