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ReutersWASHINGTON, 29 mayo (Reuters) - La recuperaciÃ³n econÃ³mica continuarÃ¡ a paso lento en el aÃ±o fiscal 2014 en la mayorÃa de los estados de Estados Unidos, mientras los acuerdos por el presupuesto federal y las reformas de salud generan incertidumbre...
Childhood obesity This letter is in response to "In schools, BMI a weighty issue; Some parents say body fat measure hurts self-esteem, poses other risks" (Page 1, May 17). The article raises some great questions as to how we can best contend with the...
Tags: Illinois Governor, Pat Quinn, Politics, Students, Obesity
Fresh leadership Unlike state House Speaker Michael Madigan, state Senate President John Cullerton and Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, I have read your editorials on the dire financial situation in the state of Illinois caused by the pension situation. The...
Cuccinelli slams IRS Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli criticized the Internal Revenue Service on Wednesday for holding up a $125-million payment due Virginia from a Medicaid fraud case. David McDaniel: Medicaid is simply medical welfare and is abused...
RICHMOND – Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli lambasted the Internal Revenue Service Wednesday over $125 million worth of asset forfeiture money he said is due to the state from a Medicaid fraud case, and questioned whether the failure of the federal...
I read with interest the Your View, "Corbett should stand by decision to reject Medicaid expansion," written by Michael F. Cannon, the director of health and policy studies at the Cato Institute. The Cato Institute raises some red flags for me as it was...
When Fitch Ratings downgraded Illinois' credit rating, they were effectively downgrading Governor Pat Quinn and state Democrats as well (“Fitch lowers Illinois debt rating on pension concerns,” Business, June 3). Remember, Democrats control...
Stateline.orgWASHINGTON More than a quarter-million veterans who lack health insurance will miss out on Medicaid coverage because they live in states that have declined to expand the program under the Affordable Care Act. Expanding Medicaid eligibility is a key...
ReutersBy Sharon Begley NEW YORK, June 6 (Reuters) - The nation's largest experiment in delivering medical care in an innovative way has reduced costs and improved the quality of care even more in its second year than in its first, according to the insurance...
(Updated at 6:55 p.m. on May 28) LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Republican-controlled Michigan House approved a $49 million spending plan on Tuesday that would put $15.1 billion toward education and boost funding for state universities, community...
Liberal arts skills Doug Oberhelman, CEO of Caterpillar Inc., says he "can't employ philosophers in manufacturing in the United States." I would suggest that that attitude is one of the problems facing his company and others. A liberal arts degree...
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