Nevada governor vetoes Medicaid-for-all bill https://t.co/RHQFM0mEuh— LiberalTexasDem (@LiberalTexasDem) June 17, 2017
here will be no Medicaid-for-all option in Nevada. Gov. Brian Sandoval waited until the last day he could — Friday — to veto a measure that would have offered a state-sponsored health insurance option to all residents regardless of income. If he hadn’t signed it or vetoed it by midnight, it would have become law. If the Republican governor had signed it, Nevada would have become the first state to attempt a Medicaid-for-all approach to health insurance. It also would have placed Nevada among the ranks of states including California that are looking for ways to solidify health insurance options for populations that will be at risk if Congress and President Trump gut the Affordable Care Act. In his three-page veto message released Friday night, Sandoval praised the sponsor of the bill for “creativity” in attempting to designs a healthcare option for the state’s 2.9 million people, but he ultimately reasoned that there were too many unanswered questions about how the program would work.
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