The federal government has been spending more money than it’s been spending on health care for the last three years, and its share of that has fallen.
According to the Government Accountability Office, the federal government spent $1.9 trillion on health insurance and $1 trillion on other items in 2017.
In 2016, the government spent just $1,095 billion on health-related programs.
The number of people covered by Medicaid has fallen by more than 15 million people since Obamacare went into effect, according to a new report.
And the number of Medicaid enrollees has increased by nearly 2 million, as of April 1, 2018, according the Department of Health and Human Services.
Health care spending has also been falling across the country.
In Minnesota, the share of people in poverty rose from 17.5 percent in the year before the law took effect to 26.4 percent in 2017, according to the Minnesota Department of Human Services, and the poverty rate increased from 13.6 percent to 17.9 percent.
The number of children living in poverty fell from 1.4 million to 837,000.
In the state of California, the number who are obese has increased from 6.9 million to 16.6 million.
In New Jersey, the percentage of children under age 6 with diabetes rose from 25.4 to 33.4.
In Texas, the state with the largest number of uninsured people in the nation, the uninsured rate rose from 20.5 to 26 percent.