Recent moves by red state Republicans to block voter-approved Medicaid expansion, as well as threats from some Republican governors to slash funding highlight the
Coverage on movement in the state capitols comes out of California, Arizona, Iowa, Texas, Maryland, Georgia, Ohio, South Dakota, New Mexico and Florida. Los
The states have long-balked at the price tag associated with expansion, but economists are saying other red states are reaping the benefits of injecting
Following the elections that flipped seven governorships, this could be a pivotal year for CMS Administrator Seema Verma. “Does flexibility go to everyone or
Lawmakers who have been worrying about the long-term costs of expanding Medicaid have been quickly working to roll back some of the changes that
From hefty tax credits to savings accounts for every infant, the Democrats are going beyond what previous candidates have promised when attempting to tackle
The added work requirements alone would likely end up in courts, but Utah’s waiver request could include an establishment of per-capita federal payment caps.
The Friday Breeze Newsletter editor Brianna Labuskes, who reads everything on health care to compile our daily Morning Briefing, offers the best and most
At the arguments on Thursday, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union argued that Iowa’s Medicaid ban on transition-related care discriminated unlawfully on
Democrats have officially launched their debate over “Medicare-for-all,” with lots of ideas on how to expand health insurance coverage (and lower costs) for Americans.