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A win for Medicaid expansion in South Dakota is a victory for public health, policy experts say, but now comes the work of ensuring the people who are eligible actually get enrolled.
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On Election Day, South Dakotans will have the option on their ballot to expand Medicaid coverage.
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Across the state, 16,000 adults are uninsured because they can’t afford private coverage, but their incomes disqualify them from Medicaid.
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A new state poll finds that supporters currently outweigh the opposition, but a large percentage have not made up their minds.
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The quest to stop unnecessary deaths of Black birthing people.
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Addressing institutional racism in health care.
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Patients who hadn’t sought health care in years flocked to clinics when a temporary pandemic program expanded Medicaid access to the commonwealth’s guest worker population.
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Here's what a leading policy expert, a physician and a journalist on the beat are focusing on now.
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Despite the attention the 2003 report garnered, the nation has failed to make significant progress in addressing health disparities, said Brian Smedley.
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"Alimentar a Estados Unidos es esencial y quienes hacen ese trabajo también deben ser tratados como esenciales", asegura este líder comunitario mixteco que perdió a tres familiares diabéticos, después de que se contagiaron con el virus.

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