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Almost all recent literature on Medicaid and labor supply has used Affordable Care Act (ACA)induced Medicaid eligibility expansions in various states as natural experiments. Estimated effects on employment and earnings differ widely due to differences in the scope of eligibility expansion across states and are potentially subject to biases due to policy endogeneity. Using a Regression Kink Design (RKD) framework, this paper takes a uniquely different approach to the identification of the effectdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2932443 fatcat:ir6zpucxlbe2nhh23id6ffxpmy