of the writes:
expansion would limit access to care for the significant fraction of the currently uninsured who would otherwise be eligible for federal premium subsidies under . It raises costs for state taxpayers, increases costs for people who are hospitalized, and prevents state insurers from collecting millions of dollars in federal subsidy money.
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