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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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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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The Journal Sentinel gathered information from doctors, asthma organizations and housing advocates to create a guide for managing children's asthma.
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The move in health care to value-based payments has not solved racial health disparities. In some cases, it's even made them worse.
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People whose maternal care depends on federal dollars can’t get abortions under the Hyde Amendment. What will the end of Roe hold for them?
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State data show a record number of people experiencing a mental health crisis are waiting in jails for beds in state hospitals that don’t have enough staff to operate at capacity.
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For undocumented immigrants like Ericka Rosas Aranda, California's May 1 expansion of Medicaid can prove life-saving.

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