Oklahoma Approves Medicaid Expansion

Oklahoma’s Medicaid expansion vote passed. Oklahoma is set to become the 37th state to expand Medicaid to low-income single adults after the vote narrowly passed.

The measure passed by only by 6,488 votes due to strong support in urban regions.

To learn more, see the Oklahoman’s “Oklahoma voters approve Medicaid expansion at the ballot box.”

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