Paul: Medicaid Expansion Too Expensive to Continue 

ASHLAND, Ky. (AP) — Before Barack Obama’s health care law, about 17 percent of patients in the King’s Daughters Health System were paid for by the government-run Medicaid program. Today, after the law added 400,000 people to Kentucky’s rolls, Medicaid pays for 23 percent of patients at the hospital system on the Kentucky-Ohio border. “It would be the difference between staying open and not staying open,” said Richard Ford, King’s Daughters chief medical officer.

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