Efforts by states and the private health plans that many states pay to cover low-income Americans has been scattershot and hampered by a lack of data.
By Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News
Federal health officials planned Friday to inform 10 states that they would revoke permissions granted by the Trump administration to impose such requirements.
By Alexandra Jaffe, Associated Press
Tuesday's primary election ballot includes a proposal to expand Medicaid alongside party candidates for governor, U.S. Congress and other state and local offices.
By Summer Ballentine, Associated Press
Some newly uninsured Americans say they’re living without a health care safety net in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Courtney Vinopal
By PBS NewsHour
More than 3 million Americans last week filed for unemployment benefits. Many who lost their jobs may now have to go without health insurance as well. And with a growing pandemic, the national conversation about universal health care is intensifying.
By Anita Snow, Associated Press
Advocates are scrambling to find other options to fill the needs of a traditionally low-income population.
In our news wrap Friday, Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman will not be investigated over his impeachment testimony against President Trump, says Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy. Vindman already lost his job with the National Security Council. Also, Turkish-backed rebels shot…
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Jill Bleed, Associated Press
The case involves Arkansas, but the ruling is expected to affect other states pursuing work requirements. The administration says it is reviewing its options.
In our news wrap Thursday, the World Health Organization has declared China's outbreak of novel coronavirus a global health emergency. The illness is still spreading both within China, which has confirmed more than 7,800 cases and 212 deaths, and worldwide.
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