During the campaign, Donald Trump promised to ‘take care’ of ordinary Americans in particular the inner-city poor and the victims of the opioid crisis
The Republican health plan would result in $880B in Medicaid cuts over the next ten years and rolls back all of the health coverage gains under the ACA.
As a result of the expansion of the Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act, many very-low income households accessed healthcare for the first time.
If states are fiscal responsibility, would lost Medicaid revenue and other federal resources be replaced by state funds to pay for such services?
Those who work to end homelessness and have helped homeless individuals and families access healthcare including Medicaid are worried.