Posts Tagged ‘Medicaid’

CARTOON: Gov. Bryant gives Medicaid seminar

by Published: June 28,2013

Tags: healthcare, Medicaid, Phil Bryant, state legislature

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Governor calls special session to keep Medicaid afloat

JACKSON — Gov. Phil Bryant said today that he’s calling lawmakers into special session at 10 a.m. Thursday to keep the state’s Medicaid program alive and funded once the new state fiscal year begins July 1. The Republican is not asking lawmakers to expand Medicaid, which is an option under the federal health care law […] [...]

CRAWFORD: Medicaid funding is not the issue

As we take this time between Memorial Day and Independence Day to remember “one nation indivisible” and ponder how to salvage that ideal, issues of the day interrupt. Viewing them through the lens of “we the people” might be enlightening. Medicaid funding in Mississippi is a big issue. But the wrong focus. Not Medicaid funding […] [...]

Ricky Nobile- May 17, 2013

by Published: May 17,2013

Tags: Medicaid, Phil Bryant, ricky nobile

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CRAWFORD: Taint of tyranny infecting our Medicaid standoff?

by Published: May 17,2013

Tags: Bill Crawford, Medicaid, state legislature

The dictionary defines tyranny as oppressive power exerted by government. Founder Thomas Jefferson warned, “Experience hath shown, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.” Is a taint of tyranny infecting our Medicaid standoff? Compare the Senate’s actions with those […] [...]

Chuck McIntosh- May 17, 2013

by Published: May 17,2013

Tags: Chuck McIntosh, Medicaid, Phil Bryant

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April 26, 2013- Chuck McIntosh

by Published: April 26,2013

Tags: automotive corridor, Medicaid, special session, Yokohama

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Hospital group: No Medicaid expansion will leave 200,000 “in the gap”

by Published: April 5,2013

Tags: healthcare expansion, Medicaid, Phil Bryant

The more uninsured residents Mississippi’s health insurance exchange signs up under the Affordable Care Act the bigger the hit the state’s hospitals will take on federal reimbursements for treating the uninsured. The consequence is one of many Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant and legislative leaders must weigh in refusing state participation in expanding Medicaid. The state […] [...]

Non-vote on Medicaid expansion could prompt special session

JACKSON — The Mississippi House yesterday failed for the second time to adopt the Medicaid budget, making a special session highly likely before the fiscal year starts July 1. House Bill 1653 needed support from a majority of elected House members. Instead, Monday’s vote was 57 in favor and 50 against, a few votes shy […] [...]

Supporters of Medicaid expansion rally at Capitol

JACKSON — More than 200 health advocates, doctors and others rallied at the Mississippi Capitol yesterday, asking legislators to expand Medicaid to the working poor. Expansion appears unlikely, however, because it’s opposed by Gov. Phil Bryant and Republican leaders in the state House and Senate. The three-month legislative session is scheduled to end April 7. […] [...]

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