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GOP Gov. nominee Schuette says Medicaid law not going anywhere

By Associated Press  
   September 13, 2018

Republican Bill Schuette said Wednesday that he would not undo Michigan’s expansion of Medicaid coverage if he were governor, countering Democrats’ accusation that electing him would lead to hundreds of thousands of adults losing their government health insurance. As state attorney general, Schuette has staunchly opposed the expansion program, known as Healthy Michigan, and the broader Obama-era federal health care law that authorized it.

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