Here's an excerpt from a letter that House Republicans sent today to Speaker Nancy Pelosi:
We applaud your recent decision to require the "Big Three" automakers to submit a restructuring plan to Congress before either chamber would consider legislation providing additional federal aid to the auto industry. Unfortunately, the $87 billion allocated for more Medicaid money for states doesn't appear to hold them accountable for ensuring that the tax dollars are spent wisely. Similar to what was requested of the automakers, we believe it is necessary to require our nation's Governors to submit formal budget plans for their respective Medicaid programs detailing how additional funds will be spent before Congress considers any legislation to provide a temporary increase in the federal Medicaid match.
Seems reasonable, especially since the states' irresponsible behavior is what got them into this mess in the first place.
The governors will probably squeal over such a requirement, which would indicate either that they have no plans for how to spend the money or that they would rather not share their plans publicly.