Doyle Says Easier To Take Fed Money
A vote in the Wisconsin Assembly today would delay new BadgerCare benefits
for 83 thousand of the state's poorest childless adults. It would also allow the state to wait three months, until the end of March, to drop 77 thousand BadgerCare recipients above the poverty line. La Crosse state lawmaker, Steve Doyle explains.
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The Joint Finance Committee voted 11-2 Monday to pass the measure onto the Assembly. It's all due to the way Obama Care was rolled out says some state lawmakers. GOP finance chair John Nygren says the Obamacare rollout has been, a disaster.