Letters to the Editor

March 25, 2014 12:00 AM

Letters to the editor on Medicaid expansion, Phelps, loud commercials, Ag Day, distracted drivers

If you could provide health insurance coverage to 78,000 Kansans and provide about 4,000 new health service jobs in the state for no charge the first three years and 10 percent of the cost for the future, would you do it? We would and so would 72 percent of Kansans, according to a poll by the American Cancer Society. The Legislature and Gov. Sam Brownback could, but their excuse is that they can’t depend on the federal money being there for this program.

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