In Medicaid Expansion States, Fewer Young Children Go Uninsured Jan. 15, 2020 | Maggie Clark | Georgetown CCF Kansas as a plan to expand Medicaid. Idaho and Utah have decided to expand. Expansion's proven track record with children's coverage is a major factor to consider. Read original story.
Cities Prepare for the Worst as Trump’s Food Stamp Cuts Near Jan. 25, 2020 | Lola Fadulu | New York Times This article clearly explains the new changes to SNAP, the negative impact it will have on Americans, and the reason that 14 states, DC, and NYC are suing the federal administration over
Trump administration to offer states Medicaid block grant option Jan. 28, 2020 | Amy Goldstein | Washington Post As the first and only state to formally submit a proposal to block grant their state's Medicaid program, TN awaits guidance regarding changes to Medicaid funding to be announced tomorrow. Spoiler alert: it's still a bad
Trump says he ‘saved’ protections for pre-existing healthcare conditions — but he’s actually tried shredding them for 3 years
Trump says he 'saved' protections for pre-existing healthcare conditions — but he's actually tried shredding them for 3 years Jan. 13, 2020 | Joseph Zeballos-Roig | Markets Insider Last week, President Trump took credit for saving protections for people with pre-existing conditions. If you really want to save healthcare for those 20 M
Cutting 700,000 Americans from SNAP will increase health costs Dec. 06, 2019 | Stephanie Ettinger De Cuba, Diana B. Cutts and Allison Bovell-Ammon The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is our nation's line of defense against food insecurity. Despite this, the Trump administration announced its plan to finalize and implement a rule that will