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Rep. Governors Rethink Opposition to Medicaid Expansion

  • Aired: 02/21/2013
  • 08:20
  • Rating: E
At first, many Republican governors actively opposed expanding the Medicaid program and said they would not participate. Now, some of them, including Florida Gov. Rick Scott, have reconsidered. Judy Woodruff talks to Paul Howard of the Center for Medical Progress at the Manhattan Institute and Ron Pollack of Families USA.
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