Herbert calls House Medicaid plan ‘illogical’
Health care » He lashes out at House proposal, says it would reject the federal dollars that could help the poor in Utah.
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Herbert said he and his staff have spent months studying the Medicaid issue, while the Legislature has been at it for a few weeks. He said by the end of the legislative session, he expects lawmakers will come around to share his view.
Utah is one of six states that has not made a decision on whether to take the federal Medicaid funds.
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