Sen. Brent Hill: 'I don't know if expanding Medicaid at the state level is going to fix it'

January 3, 2014 

Sen. Brent Hill (R-Rexburg). The Senate had a full day of business before it adjourned on Thursday, March 29, 2012.

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Gov. Butch Otter and legislative leaders met with reporters Friday morning in advance of the beginning of the Idaho Legislature on Monday.

Replay coverage of the event below. And here is our upcoming coverage of the Legislature:

Friday: Fulcher to stay in leadership post in Senate despite challenge to Otter.

Friday: Will Common Core survive legislators?

Saturday: Is this the year that Idaho regulates payday lenders?

Sunday: Will the GOP primary overshadow the session? What happens to Idaho’s uninsured if lawmakers don’t expand Medicaid?

Monday: Idaho businesses’ 2014 wish list? Incentives and tax breaks.

Tuesday: Gov. Otter outlines his budget and priorities in his State of the State Address.

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