Mississippi News Center

Finding Health Insurance for 71 Cents Per Month

If you're looking for evidence that healthcare.gov, the federal health insurance marketplace, is working much better these days, you might want to ask Arlene Wilson. The 56-year-old is a chef with a popular pizza shop in Jackson, Mississippi.

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How Mississippi could end up killing Medicaid

The fight over expanding Medicaid has gotten ugly, and the latest state to grab the spotlight is Mississippi, where a standoff in the legislature is pushing the state toward a cliff. Without a last-minute agreement, Medicaid may cease altogether there on July 1.

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MEDICAID WORKS: New Report Shows Medicaid Expansion a Boon to Mississippi Economy

A report released today found expanding Medicaid in Mississippi would be good for the state and its small businesses, relieving some of the burden of their health insurance costs and stimulating the state's economy.

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Report Shows Medicaid Expansion a Bargain for Mississippi and Other States

A new report released by the Henry J. Kaiser foundation found that Medicaid expansion would only result in states paying 3 percent more in overall Medicaid spending.

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The Mississippi Affordable Care Act Implementation Project Request for Proposals

The Mississippi Health Advocacy Program is inviting the participation of your community-based organization to collaborate with us around health reform and health advocacy in the state. Interested organizations will be required to engage their respective communities and educate the residents on the issues of health reform and health advocacy.


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