Gates Agnew holds a sign reading “Medicaid Dollars for the Rich is Obscene” as he and others gathered to protest the current health care bill being considered in the Senate with a “die-in” at the Monroe County Courthouse in Bloomington, Ind. Monday, June 26. Chris Howell AP
Gates Agnew holds a sign reading “Medicaid Dollars for the Rich is Obscene” as he and others gathered to protest the current health care bill being considered in the Senate with a “die-in” at the Monroe County Courthouse in Bloomington, Ind. Monday, June 26. Chris Howell AP

Dave Helling: Today, Medicaid. Tomorrow, Medicare and Social Security.

June 26, 2017 6:21 PM