tyrannical Greg Hughes's stubborn refusal to calender Governor Herbert's Healthy Utah Medicaid expansion plan for a House of Representatives debate and floor vote, Utah media engaged in a frenzy of weekend editorial activity, urging Speaker Hughes to reconsider placing the issue before the House legislative body, once and for all. After some extensive googling, we've got you covered, Here's your morning reading assignment, folks:
- Editorial: Not voting on Healthy Utah is secret government in action
- Editorial: Speaker Hughes is right, Utah’s health care status quo is brutal
- Speaker versus Governor: Healthy Utah or Nothing?
- House unveils counter to Healthy Utah, though with few details
- Some GOP House members disagree with blocking Healthy Utah
- With Healthy Utah stalled, lives still hang in the balance
- Gov. Herbert increases pressure on House to hear Healthy Utah
- Op-ed: Healthy Utah is what Utahns want, need and deserve
- WINWARD: Hughes' Medicaid myopia will cost all Utahns
- In our opinion: Hughes, House and Healthy Utah — governor's plan deserves debate and a vote
- Catholic bishop gives his support to governor's Healthy Utah plan
- Op-ed: Healthy Utah’s costs are small compared to enormous benefits
- A. Scott Anderson: Healthy Utah is the state's most practical solution for now
Read up, Peeps!
Please contact your own Utah House Representative, O Gentle Ones, Please demand (politely, of course) that the House of Representatives be held accountable to the lumpencitizenry for whatever stance they may each adopt on the most important legislative issue of the 2015 session: