Legislators seek to expand Medicaid

  • Article by: WARREN WOLFE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 10, 2010 - 6:35 AM

Conferees hope to close a $50 million gap between House and Senate bills for health and human services cuts. But they face the risk of a Pawlenty veto.

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bluewaterdanMay. 9, 10 4:22 PM

Already $50 million over budget, and they have the nerve to consider spending another billion on expansion of Medicaid..............

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drillforoilMay. 9, 10 4:24 PM

Keep up the great fight TPaw. Veto this bill and still keep sending the strong message to the Dems. The hard working citizens of MN will not put up with these bills.

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avalancheguyMay. 9, 10 4:25 PM

better check with your bosses the casino's

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laker4115May. 9, 10 4:29 PM

Just put this item on our credit card please, we have lots of children and grandchildren coming along to pay for it. Thanks kids!

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laker4115May. 9, 10 4:30 PM

Just put this item on our credit card please, we have lots of children and grandchildren coming along to pay for it. Thanks kids!

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hahaha99May. 9, 10 4:31 PM

So adults who have acted responsibly and had NO children out-of-wedlock will be denied coverage, but if they had acted irresponsibly and had children out-of-wedlock, they would be covered. Does Pawlenty support personal responsibility or irresponsibility? What message does this send?

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mattjmMay. 9, 10 4:36 PM

See, we don't have enough money to cover the existing spending, now we want to add more spending that we can't cover. Brilliant!!

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star1009May. 9, 10 4:36 PM

Just when we should be cutting entiltlements this crew wants more of the same. What is it these left wing liberals don't understand about being BROKE. We simply don't have the money you idiots. Where do we dig these people up?

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landry1May. 9, 10 4:41 PM

"Beam Me Up Scottie".

Or, pinch me so I can wake up from this nightmare.

Or, You gotta be kidding.

Vote 'em out.

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jereaMay. 9, 10 4:42 PM

Bring out your dead!

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