Idahoans made Medicaid expansion the law. What happens next?

More than 60 percent of Idaho voters on Tuesday directed the state to open up Medicaid to more adults — tens of thousands who are abled-bodied, childless and have low incomes.

Medicaid here has been very limited, covering children and pregnant women in low-income households, as well as people with disabilities and a few other small groups.

Advocates of Proposition 2 were jubilant as they watched results come in from around the state.

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