The governor has a point. The expansion hardly aids those who could pay for health insurance if they just managed their money more carefully. The expansion extends to 138 percent of the federal poverty level, or an individual with an annual income of
The governor provides the broad strokes. On Monday, the
The analysis notes that even if the federal government picks up 80 percent of the expansion (it started at 100 percent, with the idea of going permanently to 90 percent) the state would need
That isn't what
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