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Clarence Otis, chief executive officer of Darden Restaurants Inc., speaks during the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York.
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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has cut short his trade trip to Israel to return home and lobby reluctant fellow Republicans to expand Medicaid to more state residents.
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By J.W. Oliver Governor Paul LePage visited Damariscotta June 12 for a lunchtime speech about elder abuse awareness to a capacity crowd at Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center.
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Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, and Rep. Caleb Rowden, R-Columbia, addressed a crowd of about 45 people hosted by the Boone County Pachyderms Club on Tuesday evening.
The House wants the state go forward with Medicaid expansion for the three years the federal government would pay 100 percent of the cost, while a commission develops a state plan in six weeks.
Proposed changes to the Medicaid program in Ohio are unlikely to clear the Legislature before lawmakers break at the end of the month, the Republican leader of the House said Tuesday.
A nonprofit group helping to spread the word about President Barack Obama's health care overhaul launched a campaign Tuesday that will target states with high numbers of uninsured Americans and tackle their skepticism with straightforward messages.
A California bill that would fine large companies whose employees rely on Medicaid has Darden Restaurants so worried that the company's chief executive officer recently visited state lawmakers to lobby against it.
A controversial bill to expand Medicaid health care coverage to nearly a half-million more Michiganians moves to the Senate this week, where its chances for passage as of Monday remained a tossup.
On Monday, Pine Belt lawmakers said they were prepared to go back to Jackson if and when the Governor calls a special session to deal with Medicaid.
Governor LePage vetoed two bills on Monday, including one that would have expanded medicaid coverage to nearly 70,000 Mainers.
Republican Gov. Jan Brewer on Monday signed a law expanding the state's Medicaid program to 300,000 more poor Arizonans following her victory over conservatives in her own party opposed to embracing a key part of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
As advocates and Governor John Kasich continue to hope lawmakers will consider Medicaid expansion, a group of lawmakers from both parties have introduced a bill that they say will reform the government insurance program for low-income people.
The state will be divided into five regions. Each region has a different cost per Medicaid recipient, and no two regions are the same size.
Gov. Paul LePage on Monday vetoed legislation to expand Maine's Medicaid program, turning the focus back to majority Democrats to try and rally enough Republican votes to override it.
Donald Berwick, who ran the Medicare and Medicaid programs for President Obama, formally launched his campaign Monday to become governor of Massachusetts.