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Obamacare Tax Credits Will Help 610,00 New Jerseyans Buy Health Coverage
March 28, 2013
An estimated 610,000 New Jerseyans will qualify for thousands of dollars in tax credits to help buy health insurance when enrollment begins in October through the Affordable Care Act, according to an analysis released today by the consumer group Families USA.
Governor Christie Agrees to Medicaid Expansion
February 26, 2013
In response to lobbying by advocates, as well as analyses that showed the beneficial economic impact of an expansion of Medicaid in the state, Governor Christie announced in his budget speech today that he is agreeing to an expansion of Medicaid.
Why Republican Governors Are Supporting the Medicaid Expansion
January 16, 2013
Despite their objections to Obamacare, more and more Republican Governors are begining to accept one key provision of the law: the expansion of Medicaid.
Advocates Argue Medicaid Expansion Would Benefit NJ
January 10, 2013
A report issued by the New Jersey Policy Perspective points out the benefits for New Jersey of expanding Medicaid based on the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
NJ Hospital Association Supports Medicaid Expansion
December 24, 2012
As Governor Christie gets closer to the deadline for deciding whether to accept federal funds to expand Medicaid in the state, the New Jersey Hospital Association is supporting the expansion.
States Have Key Decisions to Make on ACA After Obama Victory
November 10, 2012
Many governors, including Gov. Christie in New Jersey, have been delaying key decisions about the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), in the event of a Romney victory and his intention to repeal Obamacare. Now that President Obama has been re-elected, the ACA will be implemented and states will have to take a stance on two key issues: whether to agree to the expansion of Medicaid and whether they will be involved in the new healthcare exchanges set to begin Jan. 2014.