On the topic of Medicaid expansion, Oklahoma health care advocates have ridden an emotional roller coaster for the past two weeks.
Asked by media, Republican legislative leaders have indicated a willingness to pursue some version of a coverage-expansion plan that hospital CEOs, chambers of commerce and leading Democrats have desired for years. During a Jan. 30 Associated Press forum, new Gov. Kevin Stitt even answered affirmatively when asked if he was open to pursuing the $9-to-$1 federal-to-state match that would fund health coverage for low-income adults.
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