Maine Attorney General Declines To Represent Governor In Lawsuit Over Medicaid Expansion

May 07, 2018
The Democratic attorney general of Maine reportedly will not represent the state’s Republican governor in a lawsuit filed last week that seeks to compel the governor’s administration to expand Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Care Act. The office of Attorney General Janet Mills sent a letter informing Gov. Paul LePage that LePage could hire an outside attorney to defend the governor’s position, the Portland Press Herald reported. Mills’ office did not respond to inquiries from Inside Health Policy ...

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