Medicaid Expansion Finds Grass-Roots Support in Conservative Utah

Andrew Croshaw provided commentary on Utah’s Medicaid expansion ballot initiative for a New York Times article entitled “Medicaid Expansion Finds Grass-Roots Support in Conservative Utah.” “Polls suggest that the ballot measure is likely to pass,” said Andrew Croshaw, the chief executive of Leavitt Partners, a health care consulting firm founded by former Gov. Michael O. Leavitt of Utah, a Republican who served in the George W. Bush administration. “If it fails it will be close. It could pass easily. So far we have not heard many opposing voices. But the public debate is just beginning.”