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Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tex. spoke at the annual CPAC Conference days before his appearance at the Gridiron Dinner.
The General Assembly's 2014 regular session came to end Saturday with lawmakers deadlocked on whether to accept federal Medicaid funds in exchange for providing publicly funded health insurance to as many as 400,000 low-income residents.
President Barack Obama got out on a Florida golf course Saturday with two former professional athletes and the cousin of one of his top advisers.
Deciding where to put taxpayer money, whether to expand Medicaid and how to deal with a state prison tying up valuable real estate are issues likely to come up in the Utah Legislature next week.
Seeking to protect a program roughly 50 million Americans rely on, a group of senators introduced legislation on Thursday to stave off cuts to Medicare.
Sen. John Thune and Rep. Kristi Noem are two of the federal health overhaul's most consistent critics.
The Mississippi House and Senate will attempt to work out their differences on a proposal to expand state subsidies to health clinics.
Banning the sale of electronic cigarettes to kids may seem like a no-brainer, yet Gov. Rick Snyder's administration and a number of health advocacy groups oppose legislation that does just that.
The OHSU money was included in six budget bills approved in a Ways and Means subcommittee as lawmakers raced to adjourn the five-week legislative session on Friday.
In this Thursday, March 6, 2014, photo Jessica Palys, an enrollment counselor with Campaign for Better Health Care in Chicago, works with a new free online tool developed by a nonprofit group that uses actuarial data to estimate total annual costs for each health plan tailored to a consumer's profile.
"You're going to have to get some gray hair," Obama told young Iman Crosson, a You Tube celebrity known as Alphacat.
Cruz says the tea party-inspired elections of 2010 were the only recent campaign when conservatives offered a clear contrast with Democrats.
A proposal that would require the governor to get legislative approval for any potential deal to expand Medicaid in Tennessee has passed the Senate.
A jury has convicted the heads of a former Alameda County agency accused of misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funds to help low-income residents, youth and parolees.
Drug shortages have more than doubled since 2007, causing some health providers to ration services or rely on alternative treatments Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY.
Abortion providers announced Wednesday that they have sued the state of Arizona to try to block new state rules limiting the use of the most common abortion-inducing drugs.