A list of the states not expanding Medicaid under the 2010 federal health care law and the number of residents who will fall in to a health care gap between the current Medicaid eligibility guidelines of their state and the tax credits available under the law to help people pay for private insurance.

A list of the states not expanding Medicaid under the 2010 federal health care law and the number of residents who will fall in to a health care gap between the current Medicaid eligibility guidelines of their state and the tax credits available under the law to help people pay for private insurance.

TOTAL 4,831,590

Alabama 191,320

Alaska 17,290

Florida 763,890

Georgia 409,350

Idaho 54,780

Indiana 181,930

Kansas 77,920

Louisiana 242,150

Maine 24,390

Mississippi 137,800

Missouri 193,420

Montana 40,140

Nebraska 32,570

New Hampshire 26,190

North Carolina 318,710

Oklahoma 144,480

Pennsylvania 281,290

South Carolina 194,330

South Dakota 25,480

Tennessee 161,650

Texas 1,046,430

Utah 57,850

Virginia 190,840

Wisconsin 0

Wyoming 17,390

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Note: Wisconsin declined to expand Medicaid but is effectively eliminating its gap by pursuing its own partial expansion.

Source: Kaiser Family Foundation