Cuts to Medicaid would hinder pediatricians across the state from providing care not only to the 500,000 children on the program but to all children in the state, according to the Alabama Chapter-American Academy of Pediatrics.
Lets be very clear on this. Alabama politicians really dont care much what happens to kids to old people or to the disabled. Alabama politicians are generally much more concerned with feathering their own nests.
Unfortunately as you will see with just a cursory reading of this papers readers comments many of the very people being hurt the most by these leaders drcisions are some of the strongest sipporters of these leaders.
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