A backlog of applications for Medicaid in Virginia has become fodder for political debate over the wisdom of expanding the program in some fashion under the Affordable Care Act.
Virginia officials expect more than 40,000 applications to arrive from the new federal marketplace and strain local services offices that will review them for eligibility under the state’s health care program for the poor, elderly and disabled.
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