Challenge to Medicaid expansion pays off for states, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt says
Pruitt and other Republican attorneys general say they will continue to fight the federal government when they believe states’ rights are at stake.
WASHINGTON — States can choose whether to expand their Medicaid programs because of the legal fight waged by some state attorneys general against the federal health care law, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said here Monday.
“Across the country right now, the decision that governors are making on whether to expand Medicaid — that decision didn’t even exist prior to attorneys general bringing this particular...
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