Where States Stand on Medicaid Expansion

The map below tracks Medicaid expansion in all states, effective July 18, 2018. The map features information about the status of state legislation or citizen referendums, governors’ stances, other analyses, and whether states are using alternative approaches, such as demonstration waivers. Expanding Medicaid increases coverage for people earning up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level annually, which ranges from $16,643 for one person to $33,948 for a family of four.

Orange 17 states are not expanding Medicaid

Green 25 states (count includes Washington, DC) are expanding Medicaid

Light Blue 9 states are expanding Medicaid, but using an alternative to traditional expansion

*This map provides a record of legislation introduced, but does not track the exact status of bills moving in state legislatures. Map is updated when bills pass chambers and/or are signed by a governor.

For information about state proposals to implement Medicaid work requirements, see this chart.

Know something NASHP should add to this map? Please leave a comment below or email acardwell@nashp.org.

2 thoughts on “Where States Stand on Medicaid Expansion”

  1. Can you include award dates and vendors that have won these medicaid IES projects and the Medicaid populations by State? Also can you include contract sizes and failed projects as well.

    Thanks!
    Chris

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