Former state Sen. Dan Liljenquist made a good point in that our Medicaid reforms that were just implemented need to be allowed to thrive and that if changes need to be made, we can make them on the state level ("Act responsibly by rejecting Medicaid expansion," March 14). Let's quit worrying about getting our fair share from the federal government, because a fair share of nothing is nothing. We need to go forward in faith as a state, leading the way, and that means willingness to volunteer and look out for our neighbors.
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