Health care enrollment freeze loses out in Arkansas Senate panel vote

A bill that would freeze enrollment in the expanded part of the state Medicaid program failed in a Senate committee vote Thursday after clearing the House earlier this month.

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carpenterretired says...

Seem to recall reading in a newspaper that as a young lad Josh Miller was cockeyed and crashed his truck and the taxpayers have picked up the check for Josh ever since ,first with Medicaid and the social safety net, than Josh got elected to the legislature (legislature health care mooch off taxpayers beats the socks off Medicaid) and started getting much better deal off taxpayers than he did with the social safety net ,yet Josh has the hypocrisy to want to take health care away from the sick,poor and least among us (stipulate that makes him a natural republican).

Posted 17 March 2017, 1:28 p.m. Suggest removal

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