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Medicaid Has Grown Up

Resistance to cutting Medicaid has emerged as a big stumbling block to Obamacare repeal.

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CP Rochester And Happiness House Step In To Help

CP Rochester and Happiness House have stepped in to offer summer preschool slots to children left without a program when another local agency suspended operations.

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Health Care Overhaul Collapses

Two more Republican senators declared on Monday night that they would oppose the Senate Republican bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which means it will not have enough votes to pass.

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Please Call Your Representatives in Congress

The Senate is set to vote soon on the latest version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act. The latest revisions to the bill do not change the devastating cuts to the Medicaid program that over 10 million people with disabilities rely on to live and work in their communities.

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Families Ride From Baton Rouge To Washington To Save Lives

“We’re seeing with this legislation, the overall picture is that there are health care needs being threatened on a bigger level, on a national level…”

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New Version Of Senate Healthcare Bill Announced

The latest version of the U.S. Senate Republican health care measure still contains a provision that would force New York state to pick up the county share of Medicaid costs, saddling state government with $2.3 billion in new expenses.

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Canary In The Mine Shaft?

At least 24 homes that care for people with intellectual disabilities have been forced to close their doors over the last year, according to the Maine Association for Community Service Providers. The organizations that operate the homes say they can’t find and retain enough qualified staff members to work for meager salaries.

 

 

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Doctors With Disabilities Are a Rarity

Nearly 57 million people live with a disability, including 8 percent of children and 10 percent of nonelderly adults.

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Medicaid Cuts Could Leave Millions Without Options

The care she gets is an optional benefit under federal Medicaid law, which means each state can decide whether to offer it and how much to spend.

 

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