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Table: Projected state spending on Medicaid, 2014-19

States

Spending in millions of dollars

Difference in spending if there was no reform law

Alabama

$470

3.6%

Alaska

117

2.1

Arizona

56

.2

Arkansas

455

4.7

California

2,982

1.5

Colorado

286

1.8

Connecticut

263

1.2

Delaware

3

.1

District of Columbia

42

.9

Florida

1,233

1.9

Georgia

714

2.7

Hawaii

-28

-.5

Idaho

101

2.5

Illinois

1,202

1.6

Indiana

478

2.5

Iowa

147

1.4

Kansas

166

1.7

Kentucky

515

3.5

Louisiana

337

1.7

Maine

-118

-1.5

Maryland

533

1.7

Massachusetts

-1,274

-2.1

Michigan

686

2.0

Minnesota

421

1.2

Mississippi

429

4.8

Missouri

431

1.7

Montana

100

3.7

Nebraska

106

1.5

Nevada

188

2.9

New Hampshire

63

1.1

New Jersey

533

1.2

New Mexico

194

2.1

New York

50

0.0

North Carolina

1,029

2.6

North Dakota

32

1.4

Ohio

830

1.6

Oklahoma

549

4.0

Oregon

438

3.6

Pennsylvania

1,054

1.4

Rhode Island

70

.7

South Carolina

470

3.6

South Dakota

32

1.1

Tennessee

716

2.5

Texas

2,619

3.0

Utah

174

3.7

Vermont

-26

-.6

Virginia

498

1.8

Washington

380

1.2

West Virginia

164

2.4

Wisconsin

205

.9

Wyoming

32

1.2

Source: The Kaiser Commision on Medicaid and the Uninsured. Medicaid coverage and spending in health reform. National and state-by-state results for adults at or below 133% FPL (2010) Table 1



Published October 7, 2010.  © 2010 Center for Public Education.


This study was written and researched by Jim Hull, Center for Public Education's Senior Policy Analyst.
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