It’s OK for Gov. Peter Shumlin to talk with feds about a possible state takeover of Medicare in Vermont, but it’s “a scare tactic” if the public talks about those talks.
That’s the insinuation by supporters of single-payer health care as a hot debate rages over the governor’s recent meeting with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid to discuss the future of Medicare in Vermont.Read More →
Greg Bishop’s full read of the latest from Illinois News Network Radio (3 minutes and 53 seconds): https://www.dropbox.com/s/gut425vydtaryrd/INN-102714-GABFULL3m53s.mp3?dl=0 Quinn Orders […]Read More →
Rep. Gerry Connolly of Virginia’s 11th District ripped public health officials during Friday’s congressional hearing on Ebola for reassuring the public at the risk of the public’s safety and to the detriment of the Obama administration’s credibility.Read More →
Ohio’s Obamacare Medicaid expansion enrollment reached 401,307 in September according to the Ohio Department of Medicaid’s latest caseload report.Read More →
The state health care exchange is using the disclosure clause the Maryland Public Information Act to justify its own secrecy regarding its documents.Read More →
By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org
Here’s a lesson about how government works: Public officials think they should always have a larger pot of taxpayer money, no matter how badly they have misspent, misprioritized and misused the taxpayer money they already have.
That’s pretty much the only logical explanation for comments made last week by the head of the […]