Posted Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Governor John Kasich broke ranks with fellow Republicans when he pushed for the state to expand Medicaid as prescribed by Obamacare. Unable to get legislative buy-in, the Governor took the issue to the State Controlling Board, which approved accepting federal money that covers the expansion. So what's next? Does a legal challenge stand a chance? Who would Medicaid now cover and how will those people enroll?
John R. Corlett, Vice President, Government Relations and Community Affairs, the MetroHealth System
Jon Allison, Ohio Alliance for Health Transformation
Wilson R. Huhn, director, Constitutional Law Center, University of Akron
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