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Kansas should change course on Medicaid expansion funds

Dear Editor,
On March 20 and 21, the Kansas Senate will hold hearings on House Bill 2044 which, if passed, will bring nearly $1 billion in federal funds into Kansas annually to be used for low income and uninsured Kansans to provide health insurance.
Thirty-one states, large and small, and the District of Columbia have accepted the federal dollars, which were first made available in 2014, and are reaping the health-care benefits coupled with an economic boom. Vice President Mike Pence, while serving as Governor of Indiana, was quick to accept the federal monies which have been used to dramatically ...

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