September 3, 2010

Healthy vs. educated kids

Erin Kelly

Staff Writer

Is it too much to ask for our kids to be healthy and receive the education they deserve? I guess for some people the answer is yes.

According to an article from The Hill, Governor Dave Heineman is backing school administrators into a corner by pitting education against health in an effort to stop Medicaid expansions.

January 24, 2013

Put Politics Aside and Say YES to Medicaid Expansion

Amy Traver

Staff Writer

Last week, Governor Jack Dalrymple of North Dakota announced that he, too, would support the Medicaid expansion in his state. This makes four Republican governors who have decided to accept federal assistance to expand health coverage to their residents.

August 16, 2010

Expert Q&A: Medicaid and health reform

Many of you have sent in questions about how the new health care law will affect you and your family. We’ve compiled answers for select questions to our experts in a short series to help you navigate changes to the health care system. Here's the latest:

Question: I currently have Medicaid and would like to know how health reform affects my Medicaid?

June 25, 2010

The 'Mass.' appeal of covering kids

Those of you who have followed health reform have probably heard a lot about Massachusetts’ historic health reform law that passed in 2006—what’s going well, what could be done better, and what it might mean for health reform implementation around the country. We’ve even blogged about it this month.

November 20, 2012

The Health Reform Law Provides Much-Needed Peace of Mind for Divorced Women

Alexandra Ernst

Staff Writer

Divorce is a stressful situation for all involved. It upsets the balance of many things in life, such as personal well-being, family cohesion, and financial security. It can be hard to start a new life after a divorce, and unfortunately, many women may be starting it by losing their health coverage and becoming uninsured.

June 24, 2010

Connecticut takes the lead

Erin Kelly

Staff Writer

When it comes to implementing health reform, it turns out the old saying “the early bird gets the worm” sums it up pretty well.

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