(Washington, DC) – Today, U.S. Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) spoke with Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Nominee Seema Verma at her hearing with the Senate Finance Committee. The discussion focused on issues dealing with upcoming health care reforms and the effects it could have on Nevada — a state that took the Medicaid expansion and has a sizable portion of its population on Medicaid and Medicare. Heller submitted a letter for the record that was sent to him by Nevada House Speaker Jason Frierson (D-NV) and State Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford (D-NV). Heller discussed his concerns about block granting Medicaid. Click HERE or below to watch.


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