Medicaid expansion discussions continue among Mississippi lawmakers

Mar 11, 2013 Full story: The Mississippi Press

The Mississippi Hospital Association announced Monday that it's working with Gov.

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Gautier, MS

#1 Mar 11, 2013
I'm really glad the Jackson Co. Supervisors realized hey "if we don't take the money somebody else will & we'll lose work" -- better than what I expect from the tea party nuts in Jackson.

Hopefully Mr. Bryant & his Barbour good old boys in the legislature will "see the light" & adopt it.

If not I hope the Feds just go ahead & bypass the state govt & offer help for the poor w/out the state being involved. Poor people need help & you may as well get it now.

We're already printing up the entire deficit so it doesn't really matter. And short of Ron Paul becoming president there won't be any serious central bank reform.

And without it -- local hospitals will lose federal funding. They're only screwing their local constituents. But hey i guess I should lower my expectations for those bozos.

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