District of Columbia – Tell Your Positive or Negative Obamacare Story Here

Washington, D.C. -- The Castle (Smithsonian)
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State: District of Columbia

Capital: Washington, D.C.

State Exchange or Expanded Medicare to include Obamneycare: Yes (State Healthcare Exchange Website: http://dchealthlink.com. Verified and vetted via the domain name whois: http://whois.domaintools.com/dchealthlink.com The email address for this domain name is sara.cormeny [at] dc.gov. About this site: https://dchealthlink.com/about)
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray (D) in a statement on June 28, 2012, said,“The District is not at risk of losing any Medicaid funding as a result of [the Supreme Court] ruling, because District officials have already begun implementation of the ACA's Medicaid-expansion provisions and will continue to implement the expansion.” D.C. had already sought permission from the federal government to expand its Medicaid program back on May 13, 2010. The move expanded Medicaid to an additional 35,000 residents.
Official Website: http://dc.gov/DC/

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