The Kansas Senate appears poised to vote to expand Medicaid three days after a congressional plan that would have barred more states from expanding the program fell apart. The uncertainty of the future of the program, which provides health coverage to low-income and disabled Kansans, had been a major talking point used by opponents of expansion.
The Kansas Senate appears poised to vote to expand Medicaid three days after a congressional plan that would have barred more states from expanding the program fell apart. The uncertainty of the future of the program, which provides health coverage to low-income and disabled Kansans, had been a major talking point used by opponents of expansion. John Sleezer File photo
The Kansas Senate appears poised to vote to expand Medicaid three days after a congressional plan that would have barred more states from expanding the program fell apart. The uncertainty of the future of the program, which provides health coverage to low-income and disabled Kansans, had been a major talking point used by opponents of expansion. John Sleezer File photo

Brownback’s office criticizes Medicaid expansion as Kansas Senate begins debate

March 27, 2017 12:44 PM