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Concord Yesterday, radically conservative Tea Party Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona signed Medicaid Expansion into law after the state's Republican majority legislature voted for expansion.
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IF you could help make sure 58,000 of your uninsured New Hampshire neighbors get health insurance for almost no cost, wouldn't you do it? Accepting federal funds to expand Medicaid is common-sense health policy, as well as good fiscal and economic policy for New Hampshire.
Arizona lawmakers at the state and federal level are working on separate efforts that would make it harder to vote in what Democrats are calling an attack on low-income and Latino voters.
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Invoking a heavenly imperative, Gov. John Kasich said today he would never give up the fight to expand Medicaid, even as a legislative leader said it is unlikely to happen this summer.
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On Friday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes compared conservatives to clowns as he praised Republican Governor Jan Brewer for breaking ranks with conservatives and pushing for the implementation of ObamaCare in Arizona.
The U.S. Supreme Court threw out an Arizona law requiring evidence of citizenship when people register to vote, in a victory for minority-rights advocates and the Obama administration.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law a bill passed by the state legislature which will expand the medicaid program, according to the Huffington Post today, Monday, June 17. Brewer previously opposed it before the U.S. Supreme Court held it was constitutional and the President was re-elected, according to the Reuters News Agency .
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Folks, there is reason to be hopeful that our lawmakers can put aside their ideological differences every now and then and do what makes sense for constituents.
The opposition to Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act has steadfastly maintained that states cannot afford to expand medical coverage to their uninsured, low-income residents.
Anti-abortion female lawmakers and activists, long shouted down by pro-abortion Democrats, are stepping up their efforts to bring their "farm team" of state politicians to Washington and challenge House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and the liberal's larger group of pro-choice women.
Aide: Well, people may point out that Arizona's situation is quite similar to what we have in Florida.
Mohave County legislators are furious about Gov. Jan Brewer's tactics to get her budget and the expansion of the state's Medicaid program passed.