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New Jersey and Pennsylvania could be among the biggest losers in the Affordable Care Act replacement plan that squeaked through the House on Thursday, policy experts said, and for reasons that have gotten little public attention.
Heather Howard discusses various Medicaid issues; the extent non-expansion was driven by policy or politics, work requirements, state administrative costs, cost-sharing and the “private option” in existing state plans, and the likelihood of Section 1332 waivers moving states to universal care.
Nabil Shaikh's senior thesis took him more than 8,000 miles from Princeton to Hyderabad, India, where he interviewed terminally ill cancer patients about their experience with end-of-life care.

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