For the second time in two years, Texas lawmakers decided against expanding Medicaid to low-income uninsured adults. But the legislature did approve additional spending on some other critical health issues, including mental health programs, rural and safety-net hospitals, and medical residency programs that train future doctors.

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Texas Legislature Again Says No To Medicaid Reform But Agrees To Spend More On Other Health Problems

Posted on · For the second time in two years, Texas lawmakers decided against expanding Medicaid to low-income uninsured adults. But the legislature did approve additional spending on some other critical health issues, including mental health programs, rural and safety-net hospitals, and medical residency programs that train future doctors.

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