In the June 19th POLITICO Pulse, which examines the latest news in health care policy, Kyle Cheney reports on the new Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative at Milken Institute School of Public Health (Milken Institute SPH) at the George Washington University policy brief, which  examines  the impact of different funding levels on CHC capacity.  In “Report: Health Centers Could Face Capacity Crunch”, cites the new report, stating, “The capacity of the nation’s community health centers — which will serve an estimated 25.6 million people this year — could decline by more than a quarter if about half the states continue to decline Medicaid expansion and federal funding remains stagnant.”  The article also notes that if every state expanded Medicaid and federal support for health centers grows incrementally, their capacity could increase to serve an additional 14.1 million people.