Oregon Lawmakers Tackle Plan For Statewide Health Care
The task is ambitious and a work is in progress, with a report due at the end of November.
The Oregon Legislature launched a panel 10 months ago to develop a roadmap for affordable statewide universal health care. The task was ambitious. Similar efforts in other states have gotten nowhere, and there is scant support at the federal level for expanding Medicaid.
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