Kansas City led the charge to push for greater healthcare access that would've helped rural Missouri more than anyone else.
Sadly, the Missouri GOP remained unmoved and THIS DECISION IS GOING TO COURT very soon.
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The Missouri Senate voted against funding Medicaid expansion Wednesday night, after a debate that will not be the final word on whether 275,000 Missourians become eligible for coverage on July 1. By a 14-20 vote, with four Republicans breaking ranks with the rest of their party, the Senate rejected an amendment to the Department of Mental Health budget offered by Senate Minority Leader John Rizzo, D-Independence.