Janek says he asked Perry ‘just give me some latitude’ on covering more adults — maybe through state medical schools

Kyle Janek, the new overlord of the state Health and Human Services Commission, is hatching some alternatives to the federal health law’s now-weakened inducement for states to put more poor adults on Medicaid. Janek’s musings mostly involve medical schools, judging from answers he gave at Wednesday’s “TribLive” event in Austin sponsored by the online politics and policy outlet The Texas Tribune.

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