The US is not the only country without a universal health care system.
According to data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), there are only about a dozen states that have no federal Medicaid funding for medical care.
The remaining states include New York, Connecticut, California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Delaware, Rhode Island, Maryland, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, D.C., and Hawaii.
That means a lot of people without health insurance may not be able to get access to essential medical care like dental and vision care, and they may have to go without for long periods of time.
“When people are not able to access needed services, it is hard to live,” said Nancy Ostermann, a senior researcher at the Center for American Progress who focuses on health care reform.
“We have to make sure that the federal government is providing the kind of support that people need.”
In addition to states with no federal funding, there are many others that do have federal Medicaid programs that offer coverage to low-income people who need it.
Some of these programs, which have been in place since 2013, are called “Medicaid expansion states.”
For example, Massachusetts has two Medicaid expansion states that provide coverage to about 11 million people.
And a third, North Carolina, has about 7 million Medicaid recipients.
These states also have higher uninsured rates than the rest of the country.
A survey conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that only one-third of people who had Medicaid in their state did not have coverage for at least part of the year.
According a 2016 report from the National Center for Health Statistics, about 13.4 million people have no coverage, and that number is projected to increase.
Medicaid is not only a major health care issue, but it’s also a political issue.
A 2016 study by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities found that while Democrats overwhelmingly support expanding Medicaid, Republican lawmakers have opposed it.
In fact, the only states that voted against Medicaid expansion were West Virginia, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and North Dakota.
According the Center, the states that expanded Medicaid have experienced higher rates of uninsured and poor health, and higher rates in the emergency room.
States like Virginia and North Carolina are also facing a $1.8 trillion budget shortfall this year, and in 2018 the state is expected to see more than $1 billion in cuts.
A lack of federal funding has been a major concern for the Trump administration, as the Affordable Care Act was enacted with the promise that states could receive federal funds to expand Medicaid.
But, as of now, there is no indication that the president will try to force states to expand their Medicaid programs.
“I think he’s very concerned about what happens in states where they’re not getting money, and he’s concerned about the political ramifications of the states not expanding Medicaid,” said Osterman.
“That’s where we’re going to find a lot more resistance from Republicans.”
The Affordable Care Acts promise to expand access to health care, but some states are not getting any of the money They are not even receiving the Medicaid expansion funds, which means that the Trump Administration is not actually getting any federal money to expand health care in those states.
The Trump Administration has yet to provide a specific amount of funding for expanding Medicaid to those states, which is why some state lawmakers are still trying to get funding.
In addition, states that are not receiving the federal money that states are being given are not being given any Medicaid expansion money.
In 2018, Congress passed the American Health Care Act, which included a provision that allowed states to receive Medicaid expansion dollars.
“The money would be available to states as soon as it’s determined they’re eligible for it,” said Robert P. Zirkelbach, a law professor at the University of Pennsylvania and a member of the Health Policy Advisory Council of the Association of State Health Officials.
“If states are still not receiving Medicaid expansion funding, that’s something that would be a concern.”
States are getting the money to try to expand coverage They have the option to continue to have health care coverage for their low-wage workers.
The US has one of the highest health care expenditures in the world, with one in three people in the country living in poverty.
That’s a big reason why health care is a big issue for many Americans.
And the Affordable Health Care Acts has been an important part of expanding health care access to the American people.
But for the first time in a long time, the Trump health care administration has not actually been providing states with money to actually expand health coverage.
According as the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, there were more than 9.8 million enrollees in Medicaid at the end of 2018, and there are more than 1.2 million in the Medicaid Expansion Program, which covers about 13 million people, or just over half of the total enrollees.
So far, states have received $