D.C. Expects Health Care Legislation to Save Millions of Dollars

April 14, 2010  |  

(Washington Post) — D.C. officials say the city will save millions of dollars from the recently approved federal health-care bill, a reward of sorts for the District’s years-long push to offer nearly universal insurance access to its residents.  The windfall for the District, which will be seen this year as it starts transferring childless adults from a city-backed insurance program to Medicaid, underscores how different states face different obstacles or advantages as they begin implementing the federal health-care legislation.

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