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Analysts at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation have predicted that putting Missouri in the ACA Medicaid expansion program would help about 127,000 low-income, childless, uninsured adults get health coverage.

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that state lawmakers must come up with the cash to expand eligibility for Missouri’s Medicaid program.

The court sent the case, Stephanie Doyle et al. v. Jennifer Tidball et al. (Missouri Supreme Court Case SC99185), back to a state court judge in Cole County, Missouri, and told him to develop a judgment that will meet the needs of people who could benefit if Missouri expands its Medicaid program.

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