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  • Senate and House health committees reject Medicaid expansion

    Louisiana's lawmakers have turned back efforts to expand the state Medicaid program to give the working poor government-funded health insurance, the third year of defeats for the legislation. The Senate health care committee voted 5-3 Wednesday against a...
  • Hospitals offer to share in cost of La. Medicaid expansion

    As Louisiana struggles with budget troubles, private hospitals are offering lawmakers a way to draw down more federal health care dollars for patient care, but only if the money is used to expand coverage through the Medicaid program. Legislation filed...
  • Gay marriage a difficult issue for GOP White House hopefuls

    Gay marriage a difficult issue for GOP White House hopefuls
    For Democratic politicians, same-sex marriage has become an easy issue: They're for it. Many Republican VIPs — notably presidential hopefuls like Wisconsin's Scott Walker — face a far more complicated landscape. Looming ahead for these...
  • Iowans hear from GOP field on social issues

    For conservative Christian voters, the 2016 presidential race has almost too many options to take in. That array of choices — a "wonderful dilemma" in the estimation of Iowa voter Bill Campbell — was on display Saturday night as Republican...
  • Analysis: Lawmakers hear about gaps in LSU hospital deals

    Two years after Gov. Bobby Jindal began privatizing the state-run charity hospital system, problems and financial questions continue to appear as lawmakers and communities sift through the spill-out effect. The private managers that now operate the...
  • The Latest on GOP's 2016 hopefuls: Iowans see a bumper crop

    9 p.m. CDT (10 p.m. EDT) For some at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition meeting of social conservatives, it looks like a bumper crop of Republican candidates competing in the 2016 race. Sixty-eight-year-old Bill Campbell Indianola says he hasn't...
  • Same-sex marriage snarling GOP hopefuls

    Same-sex marriage snarling GOP hopefuls
    Republican presidential hopefuls are struggling with how to position themselves on same-sex marriage, an issue that is bedeviling a party hoping to avoid social controversies as the 2016 election approaches. Rapidly changing public opinion on the...
  • Presidential contender Marco Rubio seeks support in Iowa

    He's offering himself as a new generation of leader, but Sen. Marco Rubio is still respecting an old presidential campaign tradition: courting caucus goers in the kickoff state of Iowa. The Florida Republican will be in Iowa this weekend on his first...
  • Jindal: Firms opposed to religious objections bill are in 'unholy alliance' with liberals

    Jindal: Firms opposed to religious objections bill are in 'unholy alliance' with liberals
    Gov. Bobby Jindal said Thursday that businesses opposed to religious objections laws are entering an "unholy alliance" with the same liberal elites who support more taxes, regulation and "demonize" profit-making. In a meeting with reporters, the...
  • 2016 presidential candidates are serial name-droppers

    Call it gilt by association: The 2016 presidential hopefuls have become serial name-droppers, hoping to boost their own appeal by borrowing the luster of others. They're sprinkling their speeches, interviews and tweets with mentions of everyone from...
  • A healthy choice to give up Obamacare fight

    The following editorial appeared in the (Raleigh, N.C) News & Observer on Wednesday, April 22. ���� Let's see. Republicans and other conservatives said of the Affordable Care Act, when it was just the proposed Affordable Care...