2 min ago | Seattle Times
Maine's governor, who has gained attention in the past for telling the NAACP to "kiss my butt" and comparing the IRS to the Gestapo, has moved out of his office at the State House and says he'll work out of governor's mansion because of a dispute over a television screen.
2 min ago | NOLA.com
The Louisiana attorney general's office says a special grand jury has been selected to look into possible criminal activity involving the award of a $200 million Medicaid contract by Gov.
2 min ago | GPB.org
The state of Texas is turning down billions of federal dollars that would have paid for health care coverage for 1.5 million poor Texans.
2 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
Dozens of college state government interns would be sent home this summer and a long-running teen mock legislative program would be shuttered in the Senate budget approved this week.
5 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt, said his amendment was an attempt to clarify that states can require the labels, as several legislatures have moved toward putting such laws into place.
6 hrs ago | WOAI
An arts-and-craft store chain is scheduled for an appearance in federal appeals court Thursday, where they will ask for an exemption from part of the federal health care law.
10 hrs ago | Philly.com
Over the next two decades, the cost of treating strokes in the United States is expected to more than double, topping more than $180 billion a year, according to new research.
A Republican state lawmaker is proposing to link Medicaid expansion in Ohio to job training that could ultimately reduce the need for participation in the program.
More than half of doctors' offices and 80% of hospitals that provide Medicare or Medicaid will have electronic health records by the end of the year, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Wednesday.
A prominent Nebraska abortion clinic is facing a new legal challenge from state officials who want to revoke the license of the clinic's only nurse because of allegations of questionable care.
Ministry Health Care says it is eliminating about 2 percent of its workforce due to declining business and a reduction in Medicare payments because of federal budget cuts forced by the so-called sequestration.
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and leaders of the GOP majority in the Legislature reached a budget agreement Tuesday for next fiscal year that doesn't include an expansion of government health insurance for low income-adults and puts Michigan's unexpected surplus toward funding roads and K-12 education.
Get a hip replaced at Olympia Medical Center in Los Angeles, and Medicare will pay the small, doctor-owned hospital $15,585, or about 13% of what Olympia charged in the bills it submitted.
Panelists talked about challenges related to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the health care law, which was to be fully enacted in 2014.
A majority of Tennesseans oppose the state enforcing online sales taxes, though respondents were split on whether the current system is fair to local businesses, according to a Vanderbilt University poll released Tuesday.
According to a recent report from the Kaiser Family Foundation, the Obama administration is making it easier for states to sign up the poor for health coverage - and to help those individuals stay covered.
If you're a gamer, today is a big day. Microsoft will unveil its next-generation XBOX console today.