This report is part of a series of 21 state and regional studies examining the rollout of the ACA. The national network -- with 36 states and 61 researchers -- is led by the Rockefeller Institute of Government, the public policy research arm of the State University of New York, the Brookings Institution, and the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania.
New Mexico is no longer one of the key battleground states as it has moved more Democratic in recent presidential races, a trend driven by Latino population growth and a shift to the Democratic Party among that population. During the 2013 legislative session, Senate Bill 221 passed and authorized the establishment of a state-run New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange (NMHIX). On March 28, 2013, the governor signed Senate Bill 221 into law. Another major ACA-related decision involved Medicaid. Given the aggressive opposition from other Republican governors to the ACA, Martínez surprised some observers when she announced in early 2013 that New Mexico would expand Medicaid as long as the federal government provided the funding for the initial expansion.
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Title: New Mexico: Round 1 - State-Level Field Network Study of the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act
Publication date 2014-03-01
Publication Year 2014
Gabriel R. SÃ¡nchez
, R. Burciaga Valdez
Fels Institute of Government at University of Pennsylvania
, Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government at State University of New York
North America / United States (Southwestern) / New Mexico
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