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‘Patriotic Millionaires’ challenge Tea Party’s ‘war on the weak’

It’s tax time 2011, which means it’s the second anniversary of the Tea Party. It’s also nearly a week after the first great Washington budget battle of the Tea Party-era in what’s sure to be a series of similar battles pitting the Republican-controlled House against the Democratic-controlled Senate and President Obama.
Jul 31, 2020

‘Patriotic Millionaires’ challenge Tea Party’s ‘war on the weak’

‘Patriotic Millionaires’ challenge Tea Party’s ‘war on the weak’

It’s tax time 2011, which means it’s the second anniversary of the Tea Party. It’s also nearly a week after the first great Washington budget battle of the Tea Party-era in what’s sure to be a series of similar battles pitting the Republican-controlled House against the Democratic-controlled Senate and President Obama.
It’s tax time 2011, which means it’s the second anniversary of the Tea Party. It’s also nearly a week after the first great Washington budget battle of the Tea Party-era in what’s sure to be a series of similar battles pitting the Republican-controlled House against the Democratic-controlled Senate and President Obama.
Jul 31, 2020

Big Finance and Higher Education

Big Finance and Higher Education

Today, there are two stories worth reading on the nexus of big finance and education. The first, in The Chronicle of Higher Education, reports that Nelnet -- a
Today, there are two stories worth reading on the nexus of big finance and education. The first, in The Chronicle of Higher Education, reports that Nelnet -- a
Jul 31, 2020

Fla. Medicaid overhaul could run into conflicts with federal law

Fla. Medicaid overhaul could run into conflicts with federal law

According to The News Service of Florida , Florida health officials have “less than three months” to develop a detailed Medicaid-overhaul plan to sell to the Obama administration. But whether or not the federal government will give Florida a go-ahead with its proposed overhaul is unclear, due to certain provisions that “conflict with basic federal laws.” Among these conflicts is a provision that allows Medicaid providers to opt-out of providing family planning services on “moral or religious grounds.” # The Medicaid reform bill recently passed by state legislators is only an outline of what will be proposed to the feds. Currently, agencies such as the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) are developing concrete proposals to show the federal government
According to The News Service of Florida , Florida health officials have “less than three months” to develop a detailed Medicaid-overhaul plan to sell to the Obama administration. But whether or not the federal government will give Florida a go-ahead with its proposed overhaul is unclear, due to certain provisions that “conflict with basic federal laws.” Among these conflicts is a provision that allows Medicaid providers to opt-out of providing family planning services on “moral or religious grounds.” # The Medicaid reform bill recently passed by state legislators is only an outline of what will be proposed to the feds. Currently, agencies such as the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) are developing concrete proposals to show the federal government
Jul 31, 2020
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