The unnecessarily long and frustrating saga of the Medicaid 23 ended this week in a Cole County courtroom. Protesters, most of them clergy, never should have been arrested for using a public space to voice their support for Medicaid expansion.
The unnecessarily long and frustrating saga of the Medicaid 23 ended this week in a Cole County courtroom. Protesters, most of them clergy, never should have been arrested for using a public space to voice their support for Medicaid expansion. File photo
The unnecessarily long and frustrating saga of the Medicaid 23 ended this week in a Cole County courtroom. Protesters, most of them clergy, never should have been arrested for using a public space to voice their support for Medicaid expansion. File photo

Editorial: Backing Medicaid expansion isn’t actually a crime

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