Michigan would see a relatively minor impact on its fiscal position as a result of the new federal health care law, according to an analysis by the Legislature’s Senate Fiscal Agency.

The chief impact would come from an expansion of the Medicaid program, which would mean both new costs and savings to the state, the report said.

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