Doug Stephens, left, is the caregiver for Mike Smith, who is able to live independently with Medicaid assistance. Stephens and Smith fear the American Health Care Act — which has passed the House and now is being considered in the Senate — would put in jeopardy the funding necessary to continue Mike’s current level of care.
Doug Stephens, left, is the caregiver for Mike Smith, who is able to live independently with Medicaid assistance. Stephens and Smith fear the American Health Care Act — which has passed the House and now is being considered in the Senate — would put in jeopardy the funding necessary to continue Mike’s current level of care.
Doug Stephens, left, is the caregiver for Mike Smith, who is able to live independently with Medicaid assistance. Stephens and Smith fear the American Health Care Act — which has passed the House and now is being considered in the Senate — would put in jeopardy the funding necessary to continue Mike’s current level of care.

Disabled Idahoans fear GOP American Health Care Act would end assistance

June 19, 2017 12:50 PM

UPDATED June 19, 2017 03:45 PM

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