Refusal to Expand Medicaid Could Cost Texas Employers $448 Million

Texas is the largest state that declined to expand Medicaid, a decision that could cost employers $448 million in fines according to a Jackson Hewitt Tax Service study released yesterday reported by Bloomberg.

Employers could avoid the $3,000 per person penalty if their workers qualify for Medicaid and the state has opted to expand the program.

  • Jams Gilliland

    Making a big deal over nothing, read the article, its not as drastic as your headline makes it out to be. That is why Perry is opting out.