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Control of Virginia’s State House Could Be Decided by a Coin Toss

Control of Virginia’s State House Could Be Decided by a Coin Toss

After a tied recount for a crucial seat, Virginia law offers a swift solution.

Kentucky’s newly-approved Medicaid work requirements could set the tone for the nation

After receiving federal approval to make some changes to Medicaid, Kentucky will become the first state to be allowed to implement a work requirement for…
Trump administration to allow sale of cheaper, skimpier alternatives to Obamacare

Trump administration to allow sale of cheaper, skimpier alternatives to Obamacare

"It seems to me that people who earn nothing and contribute nothing get everything for free." The post Trump administration to allow sale of cheaper, skimpier alternatives to Obamacare appeared first
Virginia Senate Republicans just torpedoed the state’s Medicaid expansion

Virginia Senate Republicans just torpedoed the state’s Medicaid expansion

Just four months ago, Virginia’s gubernatorial race saw historic voter turnout — as casting ballots at the time meant extending Medicaid coverage to 400,000 people. On Thursday, voting paid off.
In Washington, Kentucky governor brags about an opioid policy that worries health experts at home

In Washington, Kentucky governor brags about an opioid policy that worries health experts at home

Speaking before 13 other governors on Saturday, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) talked up a state policy that expands access to drug addiction treatment. But the progress he touted will likely be blunted

Obamacare Medicaid expansion is causing more disabled people to die on waitlists, new report says

Medicaid expansion under Obamacare has contributed to bloated enrollment waiting lists for disabled individuals, according to a new report. Many of those on the lists…
400,000 Virginia residents edge closer to Medicaid expansion after key Republican splits with party

400,000 Virginia residents edge closer to Medicaid expansion after key Republican splits with party

Virginia is inching closer to providing health care to 400,000 low-income residents after a key state Republican signaled this week that he was willing to split with his party and support Obamacare’s

Here’s the number of people that could be impacted by Medicaid work requirements

Ten states have requested or plan to implement work requirements for Medicaid recipients, and a new report has shed some light on what kind of human…
Have Ohio Republicans surrendered to Obamacare?

Have Ohio Republicans surrendered to Obamacare?

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UPDATED: Virginia Legislature sends Medicaid expansion to governor, who’s expected to sign

UPDATED: Virginia Legislature sends Medicaid expansion to governor, who’s expected to sign

Advocates have been trying to get the Virginia Legislature to expand Medicaid for at least five years, and on Wednesday, lawmakers handed them a big win. Four senate Republicans joined all 19
Virginia Will Expand Medicaid Under Obamacare. That’s a Huge Deal for 400,000 People

Virginia Will Expand Medicaid Under Obamacare. That’s a Huge Deal for 400,000 People

The Republican-controlled legislature expanded Medicaid after years of gridlock.
California votes to expand Medicaid to illegal aliens

California votes to expand Medicaid to illegal aliens

What's a few billion dollars between undocumented friends? The post California votes to expand Medicaid to illegal aliens appeared first on Hot Air.
Virginia governor signs Medicaid expansion bill into law

Virginia governor signs Medicaid expansion bill into law

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) signed a two-year $115 billion budget that includes Medicaid expansion Thursday, making the state one of more than 30 that have expanded Medicaid eligibility under the
Nebraska lawmakers are suing to block voters’ chance to give more people health care by ballot

Nebraska lawmakers are suing to block voters’ chance to give more people health care by ballot

In November, Nebraska voters will get the opportunity to vote on whether or not the government should provide more low-income residents health insurance. But a new lawsuit from Republican lawmakers is
It’s official: Medicaid expansion will be on the ballot in Nebraska this November

It’s official: Medicaid expansion will be on the ballot in Nebraska this November

In November, Nebraska residents will get to decide whether or not more people should qualify for public health insurance. Should voters decide to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act (ACA),
Red-State Voters Take Medicaid Expansion Into Their Own Hands

Red-State Voters Take Medicaid Expansion Into Their Own Hands

Nebraska may be one of the most conservative states in the country, but in November, the state’s voters could advance a liberal cause. On Friday, Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale confirmed that
Guess which redder-than-red state is poised to expand Medicaid this November?

Guess which redder-than-red state is poised to expand Medicaid this November?

Utah is poised to expand Medicaid, with 59 percent of people saying in a new poll from The Salt Lake Tribune that they support a ballot initiative that would provide health care to roughly 150,000
Big Tobacco raises record-breaking $17.5 million to defeat Medicaid expansion in Montana

Big Tobacco raises record-breaking $17.5 million to defeat Medicaid expansion in Montana

A Montana ballot initiative has incurred the wrath of Big Tobacco, which has spent a record-breaking amount of money to defeat it this November. Should it succeed, 100,000 people could lose health
Stacey Abrams: Expand Medicaid to help with hurricane recovery

Stacey Abrams: Expand Medicaid to help with hurricane recovery

Medicaid is magic, apparently. The post Stacey Abrams: Expand Medicaid to help with hurricane recovery appeared first on Hot Air.
Trump administration says Wisconsin’s Scott Walker can have his Medicaid work requirements

Trump administration says Wisconsin’s Scott Walker can have his Medicaid work requirements

Wisconsin is officially the fourth state to condition Medicaid recipients’ health care on work, even as two other states are currently being sued for their requirements. The Trump administration