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Thu August 1, 2013
Senate panel approves Medicaid expansion, as well as alternative plans
A State Senate panel has voted to make more than 300,000 Michiganders eligible for Medicaid in 2014. And that's not all: the GOP-led Government Operations Committee said yes to two alternative plans.
So, from the Senate ticking off Governor Snyder by adjourning without voting on the House-passed Medicaid expansion plan, to this Senate Panel serving up not one, not two, but three Medicaid proposals, it's a lot to keep track of.
We turned to Michigan Public Radio Network's Lansing reporter Jake Neher for a little help in sorting this all out.
Listen to the full interview above.
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