Advocates are making an eleventh-hour push to get state lawmakers to expand Medicaid eligibility by the end of the month, even though Ohio legislative leaders have said they don’t plan to act on the issue until after their summer recess.
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Ohio Gov. Kasich says he’s still fighting for Medicaid expansion despite opposition in the General Assembly. This issue is important to Ohio since 2.2 million residents are on Medicaid. Our reporters are following the developments on this issue locally and in Columbus.