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Trump’s Next Move on Health Care? Choice for Secretary May Offer Clue

Trump’s Next Move on Health Care? Choice for Secretary May Offer Clue

Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, worked closely this year with Republicans in Congress on their proposals to undo the law and to cut Medicaid.
Trump Administration Will Support Work Requirements for Medicaid

Trump Administration Will Support Work Requirements for Medicaid

Seema Verma, now the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, guided her home state of Indiana in expanding Medicaid eligibility under the governor at the time, Mike Pence,
Trump Administration Will Support Work Requirements for Medicaid

Trump Administration Will Support Work Requirements for Medicaid

Seema Verma, now the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, guided her home state of Indiana in expanding Medicaid eligibility under the governor at the time, Mike Pence,
You’re Sick. Whose Fault Is That?

You’re Sick. Whose Fault Is That?

Taking care of yourself through exercise, like yoga, is a positive side of "personal responsibility."
You’re Sick. Whose Fault Is That?

You’re Sick. Whose Fault Is That?

Taking care of yourself through exercise, like yoga, is a positive side of "personal responsibility."
Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid

Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid

Seema Verma, left, the administrator of the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, at the White House last year.
Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid

Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid

Seema Verma, left, the administrator of the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, at the White House last year.
Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid

Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid

Seema Verma, left, the administrator of the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, at the White House last year.
As Trump Pushes Medicaid Testing, the Grading Falls Short

As Trump Pushes Medicaid Testing, the Grading Falls Short

Vice President Mike Pence last month at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland. As governor of Indiana, Mr. Pence helped expand the state’s Medicaid program, but also put into place
Arkansas Wants to Shrink Medicaid. Trump’s Team Won’t Say Yes - Yet.

Arkansas Wants to Shrink Medicaid. Trump’s Team Won’t Say Yes - Yet.

Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, left, with Seema Verma, the head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, announcing work requirements to qualify for Medicaid benefits on Monday in Little Rock.
Arkansas Wants to Shrink Medicaid. Trump’s Team Won’t Say Yes - Yet.

Arkansas Wants to Shrink Medicaid. Trump’s Team Won’t Say Yes - Yet.

Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, left, with Seema Verma, the head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, announcing work requirements to qualify for Medicaid benefits on Monday in Little Rock.
Trump Administration Blocks Idaho’s Plan to Circumvent Health Law

Trump Administration Blocks Idaho’s Plan to Circumvent Health Law

Gov. C.L. Otter of Idaho. The state wants to allow plans that would, among other violations of the Affordable Care Act, allow insurance companies to charge higher premiums to people with pre-existing
Trump Administration Blocks Idaho’s Plan to Circumvent Health Law

Trump Administration Blocks Idaho’s Plan to Circumvent Health Law

Gov. C.L. Otter of Idaho. The state wants to allow plans that would, among other violations of the Affordable Care Act, allow insurance companies to charge higher premiums to people with pre-existing
Trump’s Vow on Welfare Faces an Uncertain Future

Trump’s Vow on Welfare Faces an Uncertain Future

At his State of the Union address, President Trump heralded a plan to force recipients off federal housing vouchers, food assistance and Medicaid if they were not willing to do “a hard day’s work.”
Trump’s Vow on Welfare Faces an Uncertain Future

Trump’s Vow on Welfare Faces an Uncertain Future

At his State of the Union address, President Trump heralded a plan to force recipients off federal housing vouchers, food assistance and Medicaid if they were not willing to do “a hard day’s work.”
Republicans Couldn’t Knock Down Obamacare. So They’re Finding Ways Around It.

Republicans Couldn’t Knock Down Obamacare. So They’re Finding Ways Around It.

Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, during a visit to Nashville last month. On Monday, she unveiled a series of policies that were aimed at working around
Republicans Couldn’t Knock Down Obamacare. So They’re Finding Ways Around It.

Republicans Couldn’t Knock Down Obamacare. So They’re Finding Ways Around It.

Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, during a visit to Nashville last month. On Monday, she unveiled a series of policies that were aimed at working around
Health Insurers Warn of Market Turmoil as Trump Suspends Billions in Payments

Health Insurers Warn of Market Turmoil as Trump Suspends Billions in Payments

Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, said Trump administration officials had decided to suspend payments because of a February court ruling in New Mexico.
Health Insurers Warn of Market Turmoil as Trump Suspends Billions in Payments

Health Insurers Warn of Market Turmoil as Trump Suspends Billions in Payments

Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, said Trump administration officials had decided to suspend payments because of a February court ruling in New Mexico.
Health Insurers Warn of Market Turmoil as Trump Suspends Billions in Payments

Health Insurers Warn of Market Turmoil as Trump Suspends Billions in Payments

Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, said Trump administration officials had decided to suspend payments because of a February court ruling in New Mexico.