Legislation to set up federal health exchange stops in N.C. Senate, will be revised

From the News & Observer

Story by the Associated Press

RALEIGH, N.C. — The rapid advance of legislation preventing North Carolina from expanding Medicaid with federal funds and managing run an online marketplace for private health insurance is hitting a speed bump.

The state Senate on Tuesday voted to reject changes made in the House. Republicans who run both chambers will appoint a committee to iron out differences.


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