Dave Helling writes: Resistance to expanding Medicaid in Kansas remains strong. The Legislature, which will stay Republican, believes expanding the program will cost too much. If elected, Democrat Paul Davis would have to convince them otherwise. Republican Sam Brownback, if re-elected, wouldn’t have any convincing to do.
Dave Helling writes: Resistance to expanding Medicaid in Kansas remains strong. The Legislature, which will stay Republican, believes expanding the program will cost too much. If elected, Democrat Paul Davis would have to convince them otherwise. Republican Sam Brownback, if re-elected, wouldn’t have any convincing to do. File photo The Sun News, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Dave Helling writes: Resistance to expanding Medicaid in Kansas remains strong. The Legislature, which will stay Republican, believes expanding the program will cost too much. If elected, Democrat Paul Davis would have to convince them otherwise. Republican Sam Brownback, if re-elected, wouldn’t have any convincing to do. File photo The Sun News, Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Dave Helling: Medicaid expansion divides candidates for Kansas governor

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