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Medicaid expansion foes fail to block law

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PHOENIX (AP) — Opponents of a new law expanding Medicaid in Arizona failed in their effort to block the law by forcing a referendum, conceding Wednesday that they just didn't collect enough signatures. The group was about 5,000 short of the 86,405 signatures they needed before the 5 p.m. Wednesday deadline, organizer Christine Bauserman said. The failure was a victory for Republican Gov. Jan...

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