Beebe wanted to make sure the state had the option to opt out of the program if it started facing financial concerns before he backed it.
He recieved that confirmation from the federal government last week.
The governor's office said this expansion will help the quote "working poor" or those people who have jobs and are working to support their family, but just can't afford health insurance.
The governor's team told us he's now fully on board.
"However it's really going to be up to the legislature," said spokesperson for the governor," Matt DeCample.
"That vote will come early next year and it will take a super majority. 75% of both house and senate so the effort now is working to get as much information out as we can, share as much facts, show everyone why this is such a good idea for Arkansas," DeCample said.
The United Sates Supreme Court voted to uphold this expansion in June.
If the state legislature votes to enact it, it'll go through in 2014.