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(The Washington Post)
Cassidy: If your state 'has not expanded Medicaid, you're going to do great'
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Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) said his health-care plan will return money to the states "to do that which is best for that state," on Sept. 19. "We don't want to hurt folks," he said.
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) said his health-care plan will return money to the states "to do that which is best for that state," on Sept. 19. "We don't want to hurt folks," he said.
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