HELENA, Mont. -

The Legislative session may be over, but Medicaid expansion advocates say the fight to get health insurance to the working poor will continue.
    
Advocates and Gov. Steve Bullock are considering their options after the Legislature killed the governor's bill to expand Medicaid to up to 70,000 people in Montana.
    
Bullock hinted at calling the Legislature back into special session, but said Friday he'd first let the dust settle before deciding on a course of action.
    
Montana Human Rights Director Kim Abbott says her group and others are considering organizing a voter initiative to put expansion on the 2014 ballot.
    
Critics say Bullock may not have enough votes to pass the bill in a special session. They say they doubt Montana's voters would support such an increase in government spending.