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Expand Medicaid, Say Ohio Hospitals

State lawmakers told that prosperity would be hindered otherwise

April 13, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The head of the Ohio Hospital Association told state lawmakers on Friday that they are hindering the state’s ability to prosper by dropping the governor’s plan to extend......

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daWraith

Apr-13-13 10:20 PM

Sure us hospitals want MO MONEY from the TAXPAYERS!

Cough it UP, Home Boyz!

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walksabout

Apr-13-13 3:05 PM

buy the weigh. Most health research and breakthroughs are funded through and by the taxpayers and institute of health or university research. The big drug folks spend more for lobby , advertising, campaign, than for developing life saving remedy. You must be kept uncurred for the drug market to thrive.

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walksabout

Apr-13-13 3:02 PM

need to publish comprehensive list of food and additives destroying body systems, then close all pharmacies an see if the body can do a little healing on it's own. sure we will lose a few. Some woulf maybe feel better being sick opposed to being chronic patients.

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walksabout

Apr-13-13 3:00 PM

what needs cut here is the excessive charge for medical stuff. it is not a sin for medical folks to drive caddy rather thand land yatch.

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walksabout

Apr-13-13 2:59 PM

sometimes the unwashed working class gets a bit too wise to corporate-political family blood ties. The elected and appointed have to throw the general public a token crumb of hope.

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walksabout

Apr-13-13 2:55 PM

nobody either side the political divide wants to do anything that would possibly decrease or threaten the flood of escess over charges to patients by healthcare system.

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Triton

Apr-13-13 11:12 AM

Seems difficult to accept that a GOP Gov wants to do this, in fact its upsetting to liberals that he is doing something humanitarian. Thats sad. We have been told all through the Obamacare fiasco is that it must be good becasue hospitals are supporting it. Well heck yeah they are. They will make millions from attaching even further to the Fed teat. No more charity work, no more good deeds, its as the hospital administrators say, its good for business. He says it will block millions of business dollars if its not passed. So that hospitals can reach into each taxpayer's pocket? Thats business? No, thats not business thats just taking more money from working people (who get paycecks and pay FICA), its not "business" How odd this is? Liberals have to oppose Obamacare now because a Republican wants to implement it in Ohio. Good example of how political nutjobs would rather be partisan than support even something they proposed because a GOP Gov is doing it. Politics is

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uglyassmf

Apr-13-13 1:48 AM

it's just more typical GOP hogwash..there is nothing in it personally for them and the last thing want is to see it succeed for political reasons. Governor Kaisich made the right decision. I respect him for not walking lock step with them when they are wrong. if he isn't carefull he might get re elected.

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