press release has a link to the map above and to a list of every U.S. county with estimates of the number of people who would be covered if Medicaid were expanded to 138 percent of the poverty level.
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|L.A. Times photo|
|Sample screenshot from interactive website shows giving rates for counties in parts of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas.|
|Marilyn Kriegl of San Francisco, right,|
and Willie Mae Bush of Mississippi,
paired through Box Project (BP photo)
|One-wheel cycling, one of the many|
adventures in the New River Gorge.
(Photo by Harrison Shull)