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In a town hall in front of her Bronx constituents, Ocasio-Cortez, the self-avowed socialist, decreed, “It’s not that we deserve it because it’s a handout. People like to say, ‘Oh, this is about free stuff.’ This is not about free stuff.”
If you believe that a large man in a red suit can fly around the world on a sleigh guided by reindeer and deliver presents to billions of homes on Christmas Eve, then you should also believe in Scandinavian socialism.
The Trump administration and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed rule on supplemental Medicaid payments to states, to improve monitoring and enforcement of Medicaid spending.
Michigan’s Medicaid work rules, set to begin in January 2020, are under attack as four enrollees filed a class-action lawsuit claiming the requirement violates the intent of the federal Medicaid Act of 1965, among other charges.
Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague is proposing to turn to the private sector and local governments to help deal with two of the state’s most troubling health care challenges: infant mortality and opioid drug addiction.
Established in 2011 as part of a series of reforms responding to the financial crisis, the CFPB will soon be at the center of a Supreme Court battle on the fundamental nature of the Constitution’s separation of powers.