7 Vital Things Women Could Lose If The GOP Gets Its Way on Medicaid

A 2014 report from the National Women’s Law Center revealed that 14.7 percent of women lived in poverty in the U.S., compared to 10.9 percent of men. Over the years, studies have shown that statistically, women are poorer than men in every state. That being said, it makes sense that women make up a disproportionate amount of Medicaid recipients, and therefore, are at risk of losing more if Trump cuts federal Medicaid funding.