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  • "Democrats are losing the debate on expanding Medicaid in Virginia," says Quentin Kidd, director of Christopher Newport's Wason Center for Public Policy. "This is mostly because they are not convincing independents that it will work."

    EDITORIAL: McAuliffe losing the fight for Medicaid expansion →

  • "Democrats are losing the debate on expanding Medicaid in Virginia," said Quentin Kidd, director of the Wason Center. "This is mostly because they are not convincing independents that it's a good idea. But, significantly, even in the usually friendly territory of Northern Virginia, the debate is not going their way."

    Poll: Support for Medicaid expansion eroding in Virginia →

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