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June 12, 2014 11:24 AM

Issac Bailey blog: South Carolina forfeits chance to improve graduation rate while refusing to extend Medicaid to poor residents

An under-appreciated aspect of South Carolina’s refusal to expand Medicaid to 289,000 poor South Carolinians, including 13,000 veterans, is that there’s real evidence that Medicaid can help the state with its other most glaring problem, that found in the education of our children.

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