Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act offers health care coverage to millions who could not access it before. The proposed Senate reforms that threatened the expansion were recently voted down. But the fight isn’t over.

Medicaid has been in the spotlight recently as Congress repeatedly attempted and failed to repeal the ACA. The latest repeal proposal planned to cut $756 billion to Medicaid, a federally and state-funded health assistance program for low-income Americans and people with special health needs. The measure would have cut Medicaid expansion entirely in the 32 states that adopted it and caused 22 million Americans to lose health coverage by 2026.

A small group of activists rally against the GOP health care plan outside of the Metropolitan Republican Club, July 5, 2017 in New York City. Republicans in the Senate will resume work on the bill next week when Congress returns to Washington after a holiday recess. (Photo by Zach D Roberts/NurPhoto via Getty Images)Current Status of State Medicaid Expansion Decisions | The Henry J ...

Thanks to the efforts of thousands of Americans who spoke out with their voices and votes — including APHA members — the latest ACA repeal was defeated on Friday, July 28, after senators rejected a slimmed-down version of the bill.

But the pressure continues, as ACA opponents plan to fight another day. Medicaid cuts continue to threaten people’s health and well-being. Here are seven groups most at risk.

View the list in full on our Medicaid Matters Storify roundup!