10 states that would lose the most Medicaid funding under BCRA

Under the Senate's Better Care Reconciliation Act, states that expanded Medicaid coverage under the ACA would face deep cuts to the program while states that didn't expand would still see substantial losses in funding by 2026, according to Avalere Health.

Below is a list of 10 states that would lose the most Medicaid funding under the BCRA. Figures reflect declines over a 10-year period.

  1. California: $93,266,000 (26 percent decrease)
  2. New York: $40,880,000 (17 percent decrease)
  3. Pennsylvania: $16,501,000 (18 percent decrease)
  4. Ohio: $13,099,000 (16 percent decrease)
  5. Michigan: $11,331,000 (18 percent decrease)
  6. Illinois: $10,322,000 (16 percent decrease)
  7. Washington: $10,155,000 (24 percent decrease)
  8. Arizona: $9,895,000 (17 percent decrease)
  9. Massachusetts: $9,708,000 (17 percent decrease)
  10. Texas: $9,084,000 (9 percent decrease)

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