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  • Court upholds insurance subsidies for thousands of Georgians

    More than 412,000 Georgians can receive tax subsidies designed to make health insurance affordable after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the nationwide assistance in a ruling Thursday. Challengers of the Affordable Care Act argued that only people enrolled...
  • Panel looks to finalize negotiations on Ohio's $71B budget

    A sweeping state budget proposal that cuts the state's income tax and continues Republican Gov. John Kasich's expansion of the Medicaid health program cleared one of its remaining hurdles early Thursday morning after a negotiating panel of state lawmakers...
  • Rauner moves to keep schools open during budget clash

    Rauner moves to keep schools open during budget clash
    Gov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation Wednesday to increase state funding for education, ensuring that schools remain open even if a dispute between him and the Democrat-controlled Legislature leads to a partial government shutdown. The bill that...
  • Report: New Mexico needs to curb Medicaid costs

    Legislative analysts are warning that the growing price tag for providing health care to low-income New Mexicans will put more pressure on the state's finances going forward unless steps are taken to control costs. After a lengthy review of the state's...
  • Gov. Rauner moves to keep schools open during budget clash

    Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation Wednesday to increase state funding for education, ensuring schools remain open even if a dispute between the Republican governor and the Democrat-controlled Legislature leads to a partial government shutdown....
  • Walker says Obama, federal government must fix subsidies

    If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down health care subsidies available under federal law, it's up to President Barack Obama and Congress to fix it — not the states, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday. Walker, who is expected to launch his...
  • House panel faults handling of health-care money

    House panel faults handling of health-care money
    WASHINGTON — At the behest of Gov. Rick Scott, a congressional panel on Wednesday faulted the Obama administration's management of a health-care program that Florida uses to cover hundreds of thousands of low-income residents. The government has...
  • Presence Health: Loss of Obamacare subsidies would create burden

     Presence Health: Loss of Obamacare subsidies would create burden
    The CEO of one of Illinois' largest hospital networks said her company would face financial strain if the U.S. Supreme Court ends Obamacare subsidies for policyholders in Illinois. Sandra Bruce said Chicago-based Presence Health, which has 11 hospitals...
  • White House Brief: Things to know about Bobby Jindal

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has declared his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president. Some things to know about him: ___ THE BRIEF Jindal seems to have been working toward a presidential race for nearly his entire adult life. He became...
  • Michigan health care expansion to 828,000 rests on DC action

    The expansion of medical insurance to 828,000 Michigan residents under two major components of the federal health care law is unsettled at the U.S. Supreme Court and inside the Obama administration. The court will rule in the coming days on the...
  • Governor vetoes money for several Central Florida projects

    Governor vetoes money for several Central Florida projects
    TALLAHASSEE — State money for several projects in Central Florida, including $15 million for the University of Central Florida downtown campus, vaporized Tuesday as Gov. Rick Scott vetoed $461 million in spending before signing the budget. Orlando...