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Anti-enviro group vows to fight for ‘God-given rights’ in wake of Montana ruling

The combative head of an anti-environmentalist Washington, D.C. nonprofit with Colorado roots vowed on Thursday to appeal last week’s Montana Supreme Court ruling upholding the state’s nearly 100-year-old ban on corporate campaign spending.
Jul 31, 2020

Anti-enviro group vows to fight for ‘God-given rights’ in wake of Montana ruling

Anti-enviro group vows to fight for ‘God-given rights’ in wake of Montana ruling

The combative head of an anti-environmentalist Washington, D.C. nonprofit with Colorado roots vowed on Thursday to appeal last week’s Montana Supreme Court ruling upholding the state’s nearly 100-year-old ban on corporate campaign spending.
The combative head of an anti-environmentalist Washington, D.C. nonprofit with Colorado roots vowed on Thursday to appeal last week’s Montana Supreme Court ruling upholding the state’s nearly 100-year-old ban on corporate campaign spending.
Jul 31, 2020

Undeterred by lawsuits in other states, Alabama moves ahead with Arizona-style immigration law

Undeterred by lawsuits in other states, Alabama moves ahead with Arizona-style immigration law

Large majorities of the Alabama legislature approved a new immigration-enforcement law Thursday. The law is specifically modeled after Arizona’s notorious
Large majorities of the Alabama legislature approved a new immigration-enforcement law Thursday. The law is specifically modeled after Arizona’s notorious
Jul 31, 2020

Kaiser Health News: States moving toward more Medicaid managed care

Kaiser Health News: States moving toward more Medicaid managed care

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Donald Berwick (Pic by MilitaryHealth, via Flickr) Kaiser Health News reports that states all over the country, including Florida, are moving toward Medicaid managed care and are looking “to private health plans for help closing budget gaps.” According to Kaiser : State officials expect the trend to continue in the state-federal program for the poor, according to a survey released today by the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured. Officials in 27 states (of 45 responding) reported that they expect to lean more heavily on managed care in the near future. Ten states, including California, Florida and Texas reported that they have specific plans to expand managed care to new geographic areas or groups of patients, such as the elderly
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Donald Berwick (Pic by MilitaryHealth, via Flickr) Kaiser Health News reports that states all over the country, including Florida, are moving toward Medicaid managed care and are looking “to private health plans for help closing budget gaps.” According to Kaiser : State officials expect the trend to continue in the state-federal program for the poor, according to a survey released today by the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured. Officials in 27 states (of 45 responding) reported that they expect to lean more heavily on managed care in the near future. Ten states, including California, Florida and Texas reported that they have specific plans to expand managed care to new geographic areas or groups of patients, such as the elderly
Jul 31, 2020
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