Family Health Centers, a community clinic in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12, 2015. Kentucky had been the only Southern state to wholly embrace the Affordable Care Act, expanding Medicaid to cover an additional 425,000 people so far. Now, a new Republican governor may make the state a laboratory for the kind of rollback that the law’s opponents have so far only dreamed of.
Family Health Centers, a community clinic in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12, 2015. Kentucky had been the only Southern state to wholly embrace the Affordable Care Act, expanding Medicaid to cover an additional 425,000 people so far. Now, a new Republican governor may make the state a laboratory for the kind of rollback that the law’s opponents have so far only dreamed of. BRITTANY GREESON The New York Times
Family Health Centers, a community clinic in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12, 2015. Kentucky had been the only Southern state to wholly embrace the Affordable Care Act, expanding Medicaid to cover an additional 425,000 people so far. Now, a new Republican governor may make the state a laboratory for the kind of rollback that the law’s opponents have so far only dreamed of. BRITTANY GREESON The New York Times

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