COLUMBIA - Congressman Jim Clyburn will sit down with the media today in Columbia and hold a roundtable discussion on several issues, including Medicaid.
Clyburn is also expected to address the "unprecedented lawsuit the House Republicans wish to bring against the President, the Democratic Jumpstart Action Agenda, State Medicaid Expansion and the unaccompanied minors in South Carolina," according to a release.
The Congressman recently announced the creation of a State Medicaid Expansion Caucus. South Carolina is one of 24 states that have not accepted the Medicaid expansion.
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