Michigan Senate's Long-Awaited Vote on Medicaid Expansion Coming Soon
The issue has been bubbling in the Legislature since the spring when Gov. Rick Snyder backed the expansion. The House approved the plan in June, but the Senate decided to take up the matter when lawmakers return from their two-month summer break this week.
State senators have been bombarded with billboards, e-mails and advertising from both sides of the Medicaid expansion issue for nearly three months.
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