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Arizona was one of the states that showed a 6.1 percent drop in mortality rates over five years after they expanded their Medicaid coverage, according to a study in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Arizona’s 2001 expansion of Medicaid coverage resulted in lower death rates in the state, according to a study of several states that links increased coverage to fewer deaths and overall better health. Read more»