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Office of Gov. Mike DeWine

While health care advocates are celebrating a decision by the feds to deny Ohio's Medicaid work requirements, they say there are other hurdles on the horizon for those using the program. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports.

Karen Kasler / Statehouse News Bureau

A group that supports single-payer health care is highlighting a study that shows Ohioans are very worried about paying medical costs, and are taking dangerous steps because of it.

Ohio Public Radio

Two Democratic state lawmakers have proposed a plan for universal health-care.

Ohio Public Radio

An Associated Press analysis shows Medicaid expansion accounted for 43 percent of total Ohio Medicaid spending on substance abuse and mental health treatment.

Ohio Public Radio

The Ohio House's state budget proposal includes a new work requirement for the 700 thousand people enrolled in Medicaid.