Gov. Butch Otter touted a state-funded Primary Care Access Program at his State of the State address in the Idaho Capitol on Jan. 12. Designed as an alternative to Medicaid expansion for Idaho’s working poor, the plan never really got off the ground.
Gov. Butch Otter touted a state-funded Primary Care Access Program at his State of the State address in the Idaho Capitol on Jan. 12. Designed as an alternative to Medicaid expansion for Idaho’s working poor, the plan never really got off the ground. Otto Kitsinger The Associated Press file
Gov. Butch Otter touted a state-funded Primary Care Access Program at his State of the State address in the Idaho Capitol on Jan. 12. Designed as an alternative to Medicaid expansion for Idaho’s working poor, the plan never really got off the ground. Otto Kitsinger The Associated Press file

Idaho lawmakers head into final stretch; health care still untouched

March 13, 2016 12:03 AM