That was three years ago. Now, as an early
"I don't know how much of that, and I mean it sincerely, is going to be affected," she told The Associated Press in an interview. She said she's encouraging Trump's administration to look at
Brewer said the low-income population that the
States that strongly oppose
If he doesn't completely dump the program, Trump will be under pressure to allow changes to it to give states more control.
"This election means we're going to have an administration that wants to give more flexibility to the states," Hutchinson, a Republican, said recently. "So this is good news in our ability to get waivers to implement the reform we want in terms of work requirements, in terms of cost-sharing, in terms of other elements of reform that encourages employer-based insurance."
Hutchinson stopped short of saying whether he'd like some form of coverage for those on the expanded
"We want to see all of our citizens have access to affordable health care," Ducey told reporters in response to a question about the future of
A spokesman for Republican
"How we continue that success is important, and he's willing to discuss how to do that with anyone who has other ideas to consider,"
"I don't know how you could deliver that population any more services better, more cheaply, than what we've already done here," Brewer said.