Updated February 23, 2018 11:30am EDT When the federal law governing disability insurance coverage changes in 2018, it will come with a big change for states.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a new analysis of the legislation on Tuesday that shows the federal change will impact nearly all states.CBO’s analysis also shows that states are projected to receive more federal dollars from 2019-20 than they would under the original legislation.
States are also projected to lose about $200 billion in revenue through 2019-2020, with the federal government receiving a smaller share of the total.
The states that benefit from the federal changes include Louisiana, Alaska, Arizona, and California.
These are the states that will get the most from the change.
The federal disability insurance overhaul was passed in 2010 to help low-income people who were covered under their state’s Medicaid program.
The law was also designed to make coverage more accessible to more people with disabilities.
The federal disability change allows people with a serious medical condition to receive Medicaid coverage in some circumstances, which could help alleviate some of the financial strain on states.
But it also makes it easier for states to make changes to their programs.
The CBO report shows that, in 2020, states that are not participating in the federal expansion will lose $300 billion in federal funding to states that participate.
This is a big loss, because states will be losing money, said Dr. Robert J. Higgs, an expert in disability law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
States will also lose a lot of federal money through 2019, which is when the federal Disability Insurance Improvements for America Act is scheduled to go into effect.
States are now required to create a plan to cover people with serious disabilities.
This is one of the biggest challenges for states in implementing these changes.
States may have to change the Medicaid eligibility requirements or Medicaid rules to meet the new eligibility rules, according to the CBO report.
The Federal Disability Insurance Improvement for America (FDIIAA) Act is set to go to President Donald Trump’s desk in January, according a Trump transition official.
It’s unclear when states will have the chance to make the changes to Medicaid and Medicaid expansion.
The law has already faced criticism from advocates for people with intellectual disabilities, who say it creates a huge bureaucracy to administer the new coverage and does not provide enough resources to support people with developmental disabilities.
In the meantime, states are going to have to adjust to the new law, said the former president of the American Association of People with Disabilities, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the media.
The CBO report is a blow to states, he said.
It is not just a loss of federal dollars, but it is a loss to the states, which will be in the position of making these changes, he added.
States were supposed to have until Jan. 1 to create an expansion plan to include people with mental disabilities, but they are now forced to wait.
States have to decide if they want to continue to participate in Medicaid and expand the eligibility of people with autism and other disabilities.
If they do, they could see more federal money.
States and the federal Government of the United States must now work together to determine the best way to fund these programs.