OH-Gov: GOP candidate Mike DeWine would keep Medicaid expansion if elected

Mike DeWine, the Republican nominee for governor of Ohio, supports keeping the state’s Medicaid expansion in place. He made the declaration Wednesday during a news conference accepting the endorsement of the Ohio State Medical Association Political Action Committee.
According to Cleveland.com, it was the first time DeWine has detailed his specific intention to implement a work requirement for Medicaid. He has, more generally, called for reforms to the program in the past.
The future of Medicaid expansion has been one of the primary issues creating distance between DeWine and Gov. John Kasich, who pushed the expansion through in 2013 and has declined to endorse DeWine, although he said he would vote for the Republican candidate.
Who said what?
DeWine’s campaign attacked his GOP primary opponent, Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, for supporting Kasich’s Medicaid expansion efforts in 2013, calling her a “phony conservative” in an ad.
Taylor, sometime over the next few years, apparently changed her

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