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House Defeats Medicaid Expansion Amendment

Whatever slim chance there was that the Wyoming Legislature would approve a Medicaid expansion plan this year appears to be dead

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Wyoming Senate Delays Decisive Medicaid Expansion Vote

The third and decisive Wyoming Senate vote on a proposal to expand Medicaid has been postponed until Friday.

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Medicaid Bill Moves Forward Despite Negative Vote

A bill to expand Medicaid to about 17,600 low income state residents will move ahead to the full Senate despite a negative committee vote on Thursday.

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Medicaid Expansion Debate Rages

As state lawmakers prepare to hold a hearing on proposals to expand Medicaid in Wyoming on Monday Morning, both supporters and opponents are making their case;

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Why Some Say We Should Not Expand Medicaid In The State Of Wyoming

There have been some different thoughts, both pro and con, on the subject of Medicaid expansion in Wyoming. Some are saying that we should not expand Medicaid.

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Why Some Say We Should Expand Medicaid In The State Of Wyoming

There are a few different thoughts on this subject as to why Wyoming should answer Governor Meads call to expand Medicaid. Here is what businesses are saying.

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Lawmakers Continue to Tackle Education and Budget Issues [AUDIO]

Lawmakers in both chambers continue to work bills as the third week of the four week session winds down.

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Wyoming Senate Kills “Katie’s Law” and Involuntary Commitment Bill [AUDIO]

"Katie's Law" is named in memory of Kathryn Sepich, a New Mexico State University student murdered in 2003. Her killer was identified with DNA evidence after he was convicted of another crime.

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Committee Hears Medicaid Expansion Bill, But Does Not Vote on It [AUDIO]

A Senate committee took testimony on the lone remaining Medicaid expansion bill but did not vote on it.

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Senate Introduces Medicaid Bill and School Calender Bill [AUDIO]

A medicaid bill passes introduction in the Senate, while a different Medicaid bill dies in the House.

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