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There are three Democrats still in office who voted “no” on the Affordable Care Act, but they say Republicans didn’t reach out to them.
Talks on Tuesday to get House Freedom Caucus members on board with a Republican health bill ended without any solid guarantees.
Opinion writers offer their views on the vote by the Kansas legislature not to override Gov. Sam Brownback’s veto of a Medicaid expansion measure, while others examine how Republicans in Congress might move forward on health care.
The funds will be shifted to similar programs at the U.S. Agency for International Development. Meanwhile, a federal judge comes down against an Indiana ultrasound measure and a look at how Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin would be affected if federal money is cut off from the organization.
Supporters were three votes short of an override despite a flurry of phone calls and appeals from advocates.
Abortion is already heavily restricted in Missouri, but now the state is cutting more funding to organizations that provide abortions, even though it means rejecting millions of dollars from the federal government.
Opinion writers dole out harsh criticism to Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback for vetoing a measure passed by the state legislature to expand the low-income health insurance program, and examine how other red states are beginning to reconsider their positions against the expansion.
Editorial pages across the country are full of advice about lessons that can be learned from the recent health law fracas as well as opinions about what’s working and what’s not.
State lawmakers and executives — as well as insurers — ponder options after the Republican health bill falters in Congress.
Several hundred people turned up for a town hall event in Olathe where many pushed Republican members of the legislature who oppose Medicaid expansion to change their positions.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter over the weekend to vow that efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act are still ongoing. Trump also brought Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) — a sharp critic of the Republicans’ health plan — golfing to discuss health care.
Editorial pages reflect a reconsideration of this aspect of Obamacare just as Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and some Virginia lawmakers hold the line against it.
Media outlets report on news from Georgia, California, Texas, Florida, Maryland, Wisconsin, New Hampshire and Ohio.
Supporters in the Kansas House and Senate are short of a veto-proof majority, but advocates still hope to raise public support to pressure some lawmakers.
These workers, who generally do not get health insurance from their employers and fall through public assistance coverage gaps, gained some relief under Obamacare.
They want the state’s new tobacco tax to help pay for a raise in Medicaid rates, but so far Gov. Jerry Brown has other plans for that money.
Editorial writers continue to mull the factors that contributed to last week’s failure of the American Health Care Act.
Opinion pages nationwide offer perspectives on how Congress and the White House can move forward on Obamacare issues and detail some key issues and ideas in play.
It’s uncertain whether Gov. Mark Dayton will sign the reinsurance legislation, though, if it’s sent to him. More news from state legislatures comes out of Colorado, Texas, Maryland and California.
The state, in an attempt to avoid a court challenge, has rejected a line of federal Medicaid funding so it can cut off state funding to any women’s health organization or hospital that provides abortions. Media outlets report on other developments out of Arkansas, Arizona, Kentucky, Iowa and Texas.