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Leaders to feds: Keep Medicaid for WR tribes

Mar 21, 2017 From staff and wire reports

Wyoming is officially on record with the U.S.Congress in asking the federal government to continue to provide 100 percent federal coverage for Medicaid for ...


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Gov. Matt Mead seated, signed House Joint Resolution 8 this</p><p>
month. He was joined by Northern Arapaho Business Council</p><p>
chairman Roy Brown, left, Shoshone Business Council member</p><p>
Leslie Shakespeare, SBC chairman Clint Wagon, Wind River</p><p>
Native Advocacy Center executive director Jason Baldes, and</p><p>
resolution co-sponsor Sen. Curt Meier, R-LaGrange. Photo provided

Gov. Matt Mead seated, signed House Joint Resolution 8 this

month. He was joined by Northern Arapaho Business Council

chairman Roy Brown, left, Shoshone Business Council member

Leslie Shakespeare, SBC chairman Clint Wagon, Wind River

Native Advocacy Center executive director Jason Baldes, and

resolution co-sponsor Sen. Curt Meier, R-LaGrange. Photo provided


Gov. Matt Mead seated, signed House Joint Resolution 8 this</p><p>
month. He was joined by Northern Arapaho Business Council</p><p>
chairman Roy Brown, left, Shoshone Business Council member</p><p>
Leslie Shakespeare, SBC chairman Clint Wagon, Wind River</p><p>
Native Advocacy Center executive director Jason Baldes, and</p><p>
resolution co-sponsor Sen. Curt Meier, R-LaGrange. Photo provided

Gov. Matt Mead seated, signed House Joint Resolution 8 this

month. He was joined by Northern Arapaho Business Council

chairman Roy Brown, left, Shoshone Business Council member

Leslie Shakespeare, SBC chairman Clint Wagon, Wind River

Native Advocacy Center executive director Jason Baldes, and

resolution co-sponsor Sen. Curt Meier, R-LaGrange. Photo provided

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