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  • Replace the Veterans Health Administration with veterans insurance

    Replace the Veterans Health Administration with veterans insurance
    About a year ago, the scandal surrounding the deaths of veterans waiting for care from the Veterans Health Administration finally publicly exposed the VA's ineptitude. Since then, Congress conducted inquiries, the FBI commenced investigations, the...
  • House endorses compromise Medicaid expansion bill

    After a hard-fought battle to get the last-standing bill to expand the Medicaid program to the floor, the Montana House of Representatives gave it an initial green light on Thursday. The House voted 54-46 to endorse the amended measure on a second...
  • Kasich hopeful lawmakers will OK Medicaid expansion funding

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Thursday that he's hopeful state lawmakers will approve money to support an expansion of Medicaid after fellow Republicans jettisoned the idea from his last budget. The governor's $72.3 billion, two-year spending blueprint sets...
  • Jeb Bush, NRA, Orlando cemetery all earn awards here

    Jeb Bush, NRA, Orlando cemetery all earn awards here
    In today's column, we're delivering news-by-award — the good, the bad, the funny, the maddening, the inspiring, the ridiculous. Most mind-blowingly slow government project. That would be the Orlando's plans to spend 20 months fixing (and closing...
  • Missouri House sends tax amnesty measure to governor

    Missouri residents with delinquent taxes could pay them back without facing penalties or interest under a proposal that the House sent to Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday. The Legislature has relied on the additional $60 million in general revenue the tax...
  • Shepherd's Hope breakfast highlights gap in health care coverage

    Shepherd's Hope breakfast highlights gap in health care coverage
    One in four Central Floridians are uninsured. So in a way, 100 people in a room of 400 attendees at Shepherd's Hope's 13th annual fundraiser breakfast here in Orlando could be without health insurance, said the free clinic's founder, Dr. William Barnes to...
  • Arkansas governor: Special session likely on Medicaid plan

    A special session will likely be needed to take up the future of Arkansas' compromise Medicaid expansion, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Thursday, warning that he doesn't want the new program to mimic what's already in place. The Republican governor told...
  • Kasich commits $2 million to children's health research

    Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) is pledging another $2 million to support shared medical research among children's hospitals in Ohio. The additional money comes after the governor committed $2 million in 2011 to spur collaborative research among the...
  • Wanting mental health treatment and not getting it

    WASHINGTON More than half a million adults who said they wanted help with their serious mental conditions last year couldn't get it because they lacked the resources and weren't eligible for Medicaid to pay for treatment, a new study finds. Those...
  • Fallout from attack ads surfaces at GOP gubernatorial debate

    Kentucky's Republican primary for governor heated up during a debate Wednesday when Hal Heiner was confronted by two rivals who called on him to repudiate attack ads bankrolled by an outside group supporting Heiner's campaign. During the debate laden...
  • House blasts Medicaid expansion bill to floor for debate

    The Montana House of Representatives voted Wednesday to blast a Republican lawmaker's Medicaid expansion bill to the floor after two hours of back and forth over procedural rules as conservative Republicans attempted to derail the measure. Eleven...