Texas Democrats have been trying for years to convince Republican heads of state to expand access to Medicaid. Now they think they’ve found a way to do it with or without their help.
U.S. Representative Lloyd Doggett and lawmakers in 11 other GOP-led states this week introduced a measure that would give money directly to local governments who wish to cover the hundreds of thousands of low-income Texans who are currently falling into what this is called the “coverage gap”.
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