58 min ago | Washington Examiner
Federal officials approved a four-year Virginia cost-saving experiment intended to simplify and consolidate health care coverage for about 78,000 Virginians who are eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare, a major change Gov.
5 hrs ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
A majority of Tennesseans oppose the state enforcing online sales taxes, though respondents were split on whether the current system is fair to local businesses, according to a Vanderbilt University poll released Tuesday.
5 hrs ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
A growing majority of Tennesseans support expansion of Medicaid within the state though most at the same time have an unfavorable impression of the federal law that authorizes expansion, according to a Vanderbilt University poll released Tuesday.
9 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Alabama residents support the part of the Affordable Care Act which would fund a state's expansion of Medicaid recipients, according to a new poll which shows sharp divides along racial lines.
13 hrs ago | WBNS
State senators rejected a proposal on Monday for Louisiana to offer government-subsidized health insurance to the working poor through the federal health overhaul law known as the Affordable Care Act.
17 hrs ago | The Bugle
The Medicaid expansion plan approved by the Senate late Thursday is pretty much dead on arrival at across the courtyard, House Speaker Andy Tobin said Friday.
20 hrs ago | The Daily Record
The volunteers, consumers and staff at the MOCA House have been around the state pushing for Medicaid expansion in Ohio, so it was only fitting to have a rally at its College Avenue facility.
21 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -
When the sun rises over the Rio Grande Valley, the cries of the urracas - black birds - perched on the tops of palm trees swell to a noisy, unavoidable cacophony.
In the continuing tug of war over a possible Medicaid expansion in Pennsylvania, Gov.
Demonstrators gather outside the Ohio Statehouse during a rally urging state lawmakers to extend Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act, Thursday, April 11, 2013, in Columbus, Ohio.
Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., warned viewers of looming problems with the Internal Revenue Service playing a role in implementing President Barack Obama's health care law.
Sen. Phil Berger, left, listens to Sen. Bob Rucho, right, speak during a press conference with other Republican senators to discuss their ideas to put forth a new tax plan for North Carolina.
Rep. Doris Goodale, R- Kingman, expects some form of Gov. Jan Brewer's plan to expand the Arizona's Medicaid program to pass the Legislature, regardless of efforts by some Republicans to kill it.
Republican opposition in many states to expanding Medicaid next year under the national health-care law - opposition that could leave millions of the nation's poorest residents without insurance coverage - is likely to widen the divide between the nation's healthiest and sickest states.
Groups supporting Georgia's expansion of Medicaid didn't fold their tents and wander off into the night when the General Assembly adjourned.
Gov. Rick Scott on Monday will veto a 3 percent increase in Florida college tuition and approve $65 million in extra Medicaid funding to hospitals that provide much of the care to the poor, including Jackson Memorial in Miami and Broward Health in Fort Lauderdale.
Gov. Rick Scott will veto a 3 percent increase in Florida college tuition Monday and approve $65 million in extra Medicaid funding to hospitals that provide tens of millions in uncompensated care to the poor.