Democrats in the Tennessee legislature moved swiftly last week to make health care the first debate of the 2018 session.
They’ve called for expanding Medicaid, re-upping funding for a children’s health insurance program and criticized a proposal to strip funding from Planned Parenthood. They even suggested they’d go along with a Republican-led work requirement for TennCare.
All that, and the session is just a few days old.
Nashville Public Radio’s Jason Moon Wilkins and statehouse reporter, Chas Sisk, unpack what that strategy is all about in this week's episode of The Tri-Star State.