PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The nation’s governors are gathering this week amid great uncertainties for their states.
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Governors from both parties have spoken out against elements of the most recent bill, which could have enormous consequences for the states. The National Governors Association has called on the Senate to give governors a say in shaping any reforms.
Their summer meeting begins Thursday in Rhode Island and will include an address by Vice President Mike Pence. Governors from over 30 states and the territories of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have said they will attend.
Other topics will likely include Medicaid funding and climate change.