In "The spite club" (Opinion, June 8), Paul Krugman opines that it is wrong for states to refuse to expand Medicaid coverage to provide "health coverage to very-low-income Americans, at a cost private insurers can't match." If you missed it, read his article, because Utah is on the cusp of rejecting Medicaid expansion.
See this less as a political issue and more as a humanitarian issue. Our society helps those less fortunate, and a majority of Utahns agree. Even Utah's majority religion agrees with that principle.
Health care for the poor is a bigger issue than a single organization can solve and, as Krugman points out, Medicaid expansion will actually save rather than cost money.