Republican leaders Rep. Tim Moore, speaker of the N.C. House, left, and Sen. Phil Berger, leader of the N.C. Senate, hold a press conference at the Legislative Building in Raleigh on March 28, 2017. Federal officials seek the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Berger and Moore that challenged Gov. Roy Cooper’s plan to expand Medicaid.
Republican leaders Rep. Tim Moore, speaker of the N.C. House, left, and Sen. Phil Berger, leader of the N.C. Senate, hold a press conference at the Legislative Building in Raleigh on March 28, 2017. Federal officials seek the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Berger and Moore that challenged Gov. Roy Cooper’s plan to expand Medicaid. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Republican leaders Rep. Tim Moore, speaker of the N.C. House, left, and Sen. Phil Berger, leader of the N.C. Senate, hold a press conference at the Legislative Building in Raleigh on March 28, 2017. Federal officials seek the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Berger and Moore that challenged Gov. Roy Cooper’s plan to expand Medicaid. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Federal officials seek dismissal of NC legislators’ challenge to Cooper’s Medicaid expansion plan

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