With Governor Brownback’s veto of KanCare (the Kansas version of Medicaid) expansion, House Bill 2044, the Kansas House now has the opportunity to put hardworking Kansans first and overturn the governor’s veto. Maren Turner, director of AARP Kansas—with more than 320,000 members age 50 and older in the Sunflower State—issued the following statement, urging the House to take action now.
Medicare and other healthcare programs in danger if House Bill 2553 is signed by Governor Brownback. AARP is asking its members and all Kansans to contact the Governor (contact information below) and urge him to veto House Bill 2553. The following letter to the editor by AARP Kansas volunteer David Wilson explains why:
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