The Affect of Medicaid Expansions on the Agricultural Labor Supply

Farmworkers in the United States are among the most vulnerable members of the labor force. They typically have low levels of education and income and their health insurance coverage is very low compared with other Americans.

In this issue of The NC State Economist, two professors estimate the effects of the Medicaid expansions on agricultural workers’ health insurance coverage, medical care utilization, and labor supply.

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