Part of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), Medicaid Expansion entitled able-bodied adults to receive free health care so long as they earned less than 138% of the Federal Poverty Limit. It was first enacted by the New Hampshire Legislature in 2014 for two years. In 2016, and 2018 it was renewed for another two and five years.
Senate Bill 263 will permanently extend this entitlement.
Medicaid Expansion disincentives able-bodied adults from working to get ahead in their lives, for if recipients earn more than $20,120, they will lose their free health care coverage.
This bill has no requirement for able-bodied individuals to work in order to receive their entitlement.
Join us to tell the New Hampshire Senate to vote NO on Senate Bill 263 and tell them NO permanent entitlements for able-bodied adults!