Defeat of Medicaid Referendum Could Set Back Progress on Health Reform
Republican Rep. Cedric Hayden continues to insist that a No vote on Measure 101 will force Democrats to close the door to using healthcare dollars for non-healthcare purposes, as well as adopt funding mechanisms that he prefers.
Oregon’s front-level medical providers are bracing for the potential impact of Measure 101, a ballot referendum that puts at risk $3 billion to $5 billion in funding for the state’s Medicaid program, the Oregon Health Plan.
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