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Governor Rick Snyder cut short his trade mission to Israel to personally lobby the State Senate to pass his plan to expand Medicaid to thousands of Michigan residents. His plea fell on deaf ears, as fellow Republicans refused to bring the measure to the floor, then adjourned for the summer. Snyder criticized lawmakers for starting their two-month break without voting on one of his key initiatives. WDET's Pat Batcheller asked Michigan Department of Community Health Director James Haveman what happens next.
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