Democrats seek A.G. opinion about Medicaid bill


Democrats led an effort on Thursday to block a bill that would lock the state's Medicaid program in place with the idea of letting the next governor have more control over the health care plan for the less affluent.

Democratic state Rep. Susan Ruiz of Shawnee successfully got the House health committee to put the bill on hold until she can get an attorney general's opinion about the proposal with lawmakers raising numerous questions about how it affects services.

"There have been several things very concerning to me and I've been . . .


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