Governor's Medicaid Veto Remains Intact

(Columbus, OH) Governor John Kasich survived a threatened veto override by the Ohio House, so a proposed Medicaid enrollment freeze won't go forward. 

The governor struck down that part of a two-year state spending plan with a line-item veto last week. 

House leaders delayed a vote until after the summer to see if Congress can resolve its differences on federal healthcare reform. State lawmakers have up to two years to override the governor's veto.


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