Republican-led Ohio House will never touch Kasich veto keep Medicaid

Republican-led Ohio House will never touch Kasich veto keep Medicaid


A state governor of the Ohio state of Republican said members of the council gathered for a congress council during the Christmas celebration will not try to eliminate the GOP Gov.

Brad Miller said on Thursday that legislators did not intend to call for a vote on the budget of the Kasich vetoed budget in 2017, which required new participants in the program and prevented those they retired from re-entry.

Comprehensive changes can be made from other Kasto vetoes when Congress and Senate meet in Columbus, including litigation documents, abortion and billing for selected electors.

A meeting was also held on Thursday and evening, where the leaders hoped to make a decision on the fight against the speaker.

Miller says he hopes to be strong on Thursday.