Missouri senators endorse healthcare expansion
Missouri Senate budget writers agreed to provide nearly $146 million for an expansion of government-funded healthcare to low-income parents. The proposal, backed by Gov. Jay Nixon, would be financed with special hospital tax revenues and federal dollars—a key selling point for some senators opposed to committing general state tax revenues to the program.
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