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Domed ceiling of the Idaho Senate chamber (Betsy Z. Russell)

Idaho Senate debates, rejects Medicaid expansion 

The Idaho Senate debated and rejected Medicaid expansion this afternoon, as Senate Democrats pushed the plan in an amendment. “Over the past couple of years we had much discussion about waiting for the presidential election,” said Sen. Maryanne Jordan, D-Boise. “Well, that’s happened. Then the...

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Wood pulls $10 million Medicaid gap coverage bill 

House Health & Welfare Chairman Fred Wood is pulling his $10 million proposal to provide at least some care for those in Idaho’s health coverage gap, the Lewiston Tribune reports, saying the measure doesn’t have enough votes to move out of committee, much less pass...

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Idaho exchange's subsidies at risk under health care repeal

Idaho's health insurance exchange would lose $220 million in tax subsidies if President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is repealed, Your Health Idaho Director Pat Kelly said Wednesday. "Depending on what the repeal would look like, that would be the cost to Idaho," said Kelly, during a presentation to the Idaho House Health & Welfare...

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Idaho state Capitol dome (Betsy Z. Russell)

Legislative leaders say Idaho's work to close health coverage gap isn't ending 

The work of the Legislature’s study panel examining alternatives to close Idaho’s health coverage gap isn’t over, legislative leaders said Friday, even though President-elect Donald Trump is vowing to repeal Obamacare. “I don’t believe that is dead,” said House Speaker Scott Bedke, R-Oakley. “I don’t think the problem has gone away.” Full story...

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