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Network of Texas Organizations Rally Again for Medicaid Expansion

Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Star Telegram

Anderson and her 66-year-old mother, Martha Anderson [photo right], were among about 60 Tarrant County residents who gathered at the St. Andrews United Methodist Church in Fort Worth … for the 200-mile bus trip to Austin. Read more about Network of Texas Organizations Rally Again for Medicaid Expansion

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COPS / Metro Leverages Bexar County Support for Medicaid

Wednesday, February 27, 2013
SA Express-News

On a bipartisan vote, Bexar County commissioners Tuesday urged Texas lawmakers to expand the state’s Medicaid program and take advantage of federal matching funds under the Affordable Care Act.2014 to 2017, expansion will bring $27.2 billion in federal revenue to Texas for just over $3 billion in state investments,” said [Republican] County Judge Nelson Wolff. Read more about COPS / Metro Leverages Bexar County Support for Medicaid

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Valley Interfaith Wins Hidalgo County Support for Medicaid Expansion

Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Rio Grande Guardian

Valley Interfaith members were at Hidalgo County Commissioners Court to urge commissioners to pass a resolution in support of Adult Medicaid.  In a news release, Valley Interfaith said it urges other counties in the Valley to stand also in support. The Rev. Javier Leyva, a Valley Interfaith leader, pointed out that expanding Medicaid would bring over $400 million in Medicaid funds to Hidalgo County and nearly $670 million to the Valley overall. Read more about Valley Interfaith Wins Hidalgo County Support for Medicaid Expansion

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Personal Stories Drive Fight for Medicaid Expansion in Texas

Sunday, February 24, 2013
Rio Grande Guardian

Valley Interfaith leader Rosalie Tristan…spoke of her 55-year-old brother, David Contreras, a husband and father of two. He has a tumor on the back of his head the size of a melon.  He has been told he has to come up with $10,000 in order to see a doctor.  He does not have $10,000. Read more about Personal Stories Drive Fight for Medicaid Expansion in Texas

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