A proposal to invite all 87 of Utah’s Republican state lawmakers into a closed-door debate on health care policy is raising concerns.
State senators appeared Monday to be balking at the idea of a joint behind-the-scenes discussion with their House counterparts about Gov. Gary Herbert’s Healthy Utah Medicaid expansion plan before voting on a hallmark issue of the 2015 legislative session.
Newly installed House Speaker Greg Hughes said last week the proposed caucus would be a “roll-your-sleeves-up, speak bluntly meeting” to thoroughly vet Herbert’s proposals on health care funding for tens of thousands of low-income Utahns.
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