May 13, 2022

Statement on HB 2387 veto

Statement of David Jordan, president and CEO of the United Methodist Health Ministry Fund, on Governor Kelly’s veto of HB 2387:

“Vetoing this legislation protects Kansas taxpayers and the health of Kansans. Enabling the non-partisan reprocurement process of the state’s $3.9 billion Medicaid managed care contracts to continue as planned ensures our program is able to be designed to best meet the needs of our most vulnerable neighbors. The veto also protects public health. I appreciate Governor Kelly’s leadership in vetoing this bill and for putting Kansans above politics.“

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