Kansas health care organizations are opening their checkbooks to back legislative candidates who support Medicaid expansion.
The Kansas Hospital Association is the biggest player. Its political action committee has contributed more than $112,000 to legislative candidates this year — $38,551 in the primary and $73,692 in the general, according to reports filed this week.
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