That’s concerning to Emily Schwarzkpof, who is a policy analyst for the Michigan League for Public Policy.
“Legislation like this just puts a lot of barriers to people accessing a doctor or getting their prescription drugs and we know that health is obviously very important to us,” Schwarzkpof.
But Governor Snyder countered this by saying he’s committed to ensuring the program stays in place and Michiganders will live healthier lives because of it.
Since Medicaid is given out through the federal government, any state adjustments must be approved by the Trump administration.
The current Healthy Michigan Plan expires at the end of this year and Governor Snyder expects approval by the federal government before that happens. June 23, 2018 – WLNS CBS TV (Lansing)