Analysis: Healthcare, tax cuts issues colliding
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — How do you convince Republicans who took over the Arkansas Legislature by vowing to fight "Obamacare" to support government-subsidized health insurance? The same way you convince a Democratic governor who has said his budget can't include more tax cuts to agree to a large package of reductions. As Arkansas lawmakers approach what could be the final weeks of this year's session, it's becoming clearer that proposals to expand health insurance to low-income workers and to cut $100 million in taxes are colliding.
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