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Medicaid Expansion Remains A Primary Sticking Point In North Carolina Budget Stalemate

09:36 EDT 2 Oct 2019 | Kaiser Health News

North Carolina's Republican-led state legislature plans to adjourn by Oct. 31, with or without an approved budget. Earlier in the summer, Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a budget bill, in part because it did not include Medicaid expansion. In Florida, state Medicaid officials recommend cuts to its program for people with disabilities, though the caps were not as severe as some had initially feared. And in other state budget news, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer defends her line-item vetoes.

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