The Number of Medicaid Recipients Will Soon Top 100 Million U.S Residents: Report
The Center Square (John Styf), The Star News Network
The U.S. will have 100 million residents on Medicaid in the next 72 days, according to the
Foundation for Government Accountability, meaning that nearly one-third of all Americans will be on the program for health care. Over the past three years, states have been prevented from removing recipients from the program through a federal COVID-19 emergency. States can begin to re-registering recipients when that emergency ends on April 1.