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The Associated PressState Rep. Wes Keller still sees flaws in a bill that guarantees insurance coverage for treatment of autism, but the Wasilla Republican says he plans to let the proposal through his committee. Keller, chairman of the House Health and Social...
The Associated PressAn in-depth look at some of the key bills remaining as the legislative session ends Sunday. ALASKA PIPELINE House Speaker Mike Chenault opposes a rewritten version of his bill to advance an in-state natural gas pipeline project. Chenault told...
Though there are some signs that the economy is improving, once again the needs of the poor are being ignored. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has proposed to eliminate HUSKY health insurance for parents whose incomes fall between 133% and 185% of the federal...
WASHINGTON — Congressional Republicans have opened a new line of attack on President Obama's healthcare law, charging that the administration has improperly sought help from the healthcare industry and other outside groups to implement the...
After he was elected Florida House speaker by his colleagues in November, Republican Will Weatherford delivered an eloquent speech promising bipartisanship and a commitment to problem solving. He urged members to "have a clear understanding of why we're...
SIOUX FALLS-STORM CLEANUP Sioux Falls branches to be used at state prison (Information in the following story is from: Argus Leader, http://www.argusleader.com) SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Most of the tree branches downed by a three-day ice storm in...
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — About $554,000 in federal funding is being made available to six South Dakota health centers so they can help uninsured people find health insurance coverage under the federal health overhaul law. The centers eligible to apply...
With increasingly wide-ranging costs for medical procedures, here are some resources to help you find and understand medical prices. • Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services: Data base shows charges for the 100 most common hospital-based...
The Hartford CourantMore than $1.5 million in federal funds could help community health centers in Connecticut enroll the uninsured in affordable health insurance coverage, according to an announcement today. The funds are part of $150 million nationwide that will help...
WASHINGTON — As state leaders debate whether to expand their Medicaid programs next year under President Obama’s healthcare law, new research suggests the government insurance plan for the poor has only a mixed record of improving health....
Orlando Sentinel Editorial BoardDemocrats in the Florida House brought lawmaking in the chamber to a halt this week after Republicans refused to endorse a bipartisan Senate plan to expand health care coverage to working poor. The Senate plan would use $51 billion in federal funds and...
TALLAHASSEE -- Further separating itself from the House, the Senate Monday stripped the House health care plan from HB 7169 and replaced it with the Senate one that takes $51 billion from the federal government to insure roughly 1 million people. With...
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