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In 2015, Medicaid spending topped $552 billion nationwide. People who receive both Medicaid and Medicare and people with disabilities account for more than half of Medicaid spendin...
Trump pledged not to cut Medicaid. Is he keeping that promise?
-Stat News - Thu Mar 23 02:13:45 EDT 2017
W ASHINGTON — It’s among his most famous campaign promises: Donald Trump pledged he would not cut Medicaid as president. But the legislation that Trump has aggressively promoted, a...
Texas healthcare workers closely watching AHCA vote
-KXAN - Fri Mar 24 05:01:39 EDT 2017
AUSTIN (KXAN) — As Congress delayed a vote on the American Health Care Act in Washington, D.C. Thursday, healthcare groups in Texas are closely watching what happens next. The Texa...
Four big ways California would be affected if the GOP health plan passes
-Los Angeles Times - Thu Mar 23 02:25:27 EDT 2017
California embarked on one of the most aggressive implementations of the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare), with some 4 million residents now covered under its provisio...
Obamacare replacement bill could harm disabled Illinoisans, advocates say
-Chicago Tribune - Wed Mar 22 14:36:02 EDT 2017
The Republican bill to replace Obamacare could harm Illinois residents with disabilities — a group that hasn't gotten much attention in the debate, advocates warned Wednesday, one ...
How does the Republican health-care bill affect the elderly?
-Market Watch - Wed Mar 22 05:47:55 EDT 2017
Published: Mar 22, 2017 9:54 a.m. ET But retirement’s my game, so I’m interested in how changes in legislation will affect the elderly. So, I did what I usually do; I asked my coll...
New England’s bucolic countryside looks much the same on either side of the Connecticut River separating Vermont from New Hampshire. But Medicaid beneficiaries are far better off i...
After meeting face-to-face with President Donald Trump, the city's only Republican Congressman is still unsure if he'll support his party’s plan to overhaul the Affordable Care Act...
Floridians debate Medicaid block grants before AHCA vote
-Tampa Bay Times - Wed Mar 22 08:25:21 EDT 2017
As lawmakers on a Capitol Hill consider overhauling the federal health instance program for the poor, a debate has bubbled up over what the changes would mean for Floridians. Earli...
Donovan Says He's Voting No on Health Care Bill
-NY1 - Wed Mar 22 14:01:40 EDT 2017
Rep. Dan Donovan says he will vote no on the American Health Care Act. Donovan announced his decision in a press release Wednesday afternoon. In the release, the congressman, who r...
Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, a Republican, speaks to a crowd of Donald Trump supporters at a Trump campaign rally in Tucson, Ariz., in 2016. Brewer sided with Arizona Democrats ...
House Republicans' Affordable Care Act replacement plan would dramatically change who is eligible for free or low-cost health coverage, which critics fear could drastically slash&n...
Much of the back and forth over the House GOP’s proposed American Health Care Act has focused on the number of people likely to lose coverage because of the legislation. That’s und...
Study: Revised GOP health bill could cause more to lose coverage
-The Hill - Wed Mar 22 11:13:57 EDT 2017
A new analysis from the Brookings Institution finds that the GOP's revised ObamaCare replacement bill is likely to result in roughly the same coverage losses as the origi...
A work requirement for Medicaid recipients would add to health plan administrative costs and therefore hit taxpayers, say health insurers that administer benefits for millions of p...
Missouri lawmakers backing off Medicaid prescription limit
-The Kansas City Star - Tue Mar 21 20:06:36 EDT 2017
Missouri legislators are backing away from a plan to limit Medicaid recipients to five prescriptions, but are still looking for other ways to cut drug costs. The five-prescription ...
Medicaid is a lifeline for our children
-The Seattle Times - Wed Mar 22 14:07:35 EDT 2017
AS discussions continue to swirl around the future of our nation’s health-care system and the American Health Care Act (AHCA), it’s vital we do not forget about the well-being of t...
'I regret the heartache this has caused,' Mayo CEO says
-Post Bulletin - Wed Mar 22 17:26:12 EDT 2017
"Government-insured patients get the same care as the business leader in the next room," Mayo Clinic CEO John Noseworthy told the Economic Club of Minnesota on Wednesday in Minneap...
Cuomo threatens to sue over GOP health care bill amendment
-Times Union - Thu Mar 23 14:13:20 EDT 2017
Albany New York state is considering bringing a lawsuit against the federal government should the House GOP's Obamacare repeal-and-replace plan be passed into law with a provision ...
The Trouble With Medicaid Work Requirements
-The Atlantic - Thu Mar 23 11:00:50 EDT 2017
What are work requirements good for? Stretching back to the establishment of welfare in the United States, politicians have debated both the practical and moral utility of requirin...
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb supports GOP 'Obamacare' repeal
-News-Sentinel.com - Thu Mar 23 08:00:30 EDT 2017
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says he supports congressional Republican's bill to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care law. Holcomb's support i...
A Democratic congressman on Friday tore into a GOP colleague who told him to “bring the tone down” during debate over the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care ...
House Republicans introduced their American Health Care Act on March 7 to “repeal and replace Obamacare” (the Affordable Care Act). Neither the bill nor Speaker Ryan’s website anno...
David Kurtz: "It would appear that Paul Ryan still lacks the votes to pass the Obamacare repeal and replace bill (that also ends Medicaid as we know it). Reports are he will b...
GOP health plan bad for Texas kids
-mySanAntonio.com - Wed Mar 22 14:14:28 EDT 2017
Cynthia Oyler, 17, who suffers from Spina Bifida, hugs her mother Nora Oyler in their family's home on Aug. 10, 2015. Oyler benefited from the early childhood intervention program,...
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