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(Anchorage, AK) – A report released today by the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities shows that the Senate version of the Health Care repeal will still significantly cut tax credits and increase premiums for Alaskans, while increasing health care costs for the State of Alaska.
Here are some of the major findings that impact Alaskans:
In addition to individual expenses, the Senate bill would shift health costs to the State of Alaska. The State would need to contribute $8.3 million to fund Medicaid Expansion in 2021, growing to $83 million in 2024.
Source: Protect Our Care Alaska