The Salt Lake Tribune also provided a write-up of the Utah Breakfast Club event at the State Capitol yesterday.

Some fresh ideas about how to expand Medicaid have “percolated” since the legislative session ended, but one of the chief architects continued to speak only in broad terms Thursday.

”There’s a lot of nuanced ideas we can put together and come up with a good solution,” House Majority Leader Jim Dunnigan said after a luncheon at the Capitol Rotunda.

Dunnigan was one of five panelists invited by the Utah Breakfast Club to discuss prospects for expansion of the health care system for the poor. He declined to be more specific with the 27 people attending, including five other lawmakers.