Republican Congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Roger Marshall staked out a piece of statehouse turf Wednesday when he came out against a bill expanding Medicaid in Kansas.
In written testimony to the Senate health committee, Marshall asked lawmakers to abandon the bipartisan plan forged by Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly and Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning.
"The Medicaid expansion program is not free, and not without strings," Marshall said.
"It is, instead, another . . .
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