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Nebraska Sen. Adam Morfeld of Lincoln on Tuesday introduced legislation to expand Medicaid coverage in the state, suggesting it as a means of transitioning into a forthcoming Republican healthcare plan. President-elect Donald Trump and the Republican majority in both the...

source: The Columbus Telegram

A new bill in the Tennessee state legislature would help pave the way for the state to pursue a Medicaid block grant if the incoming federal administration moves in that direction. The bill, S.B. 0118 filed by Sen. Richard Briggs,...

source: The Tennessean

A federal judge has agreed hear legal complaints surrounding North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper's attempt to expand the state's Medicaid program. Judge Louise Flanagan said late Monday she will review by teleconference Friday an injunction...

source: Winston-Salem Journal

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to vouch for the state's Healthy Michigan plan Thursday in Washington D.C., where he'll join a Senate committee roundtable discussion on the future of the larger Medicaid healthcare program for low-income and other vulnerable residents.

source: The Detroit News

Rep. Tom Price, the nominee to be secretary of Health and Human Services, on Wednesday fielded a barrage of questions about his ethics, the plan to replace Obamacare and President-elect Donald Trump's vow not to cut Medicare....

source: The Hill

CMS on Tuesday (Jan. 17) finished a rule to prevent increases in pass-through payments and new pass-through payments in states that use private managed care to deliver Medicaid benefits, rejecting calls by hospital and...

source: Inside Health Policy (Subscription required)


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