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Medicaid expansion fight harms you: Our view
USA Today

The biggest selling point for President Obama’s health care law was that 30 million uninsured people would get coverage, about half through private insurance and half through an expansion of Medicaid, the federal-state program for the lowest-income Americans. Now, in too many states, the Medicaid portion is in serious jeopardy.

Thanks to last June’s Supreme Court ruling that made the expansion optional for states, a group of Republican governors and legislators has opened a new front in their ideological war against ObamaCare — at the expense of their poorest residents, their state’s hospitals and their own state budgets.