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Governor Beshear hired outside consultants, listened to health care advocates and hospital officials, did the math, and decided to expand Kentucky’s Medicaid coverage through the Affordable Care Act. More than 300,000 additional Kentuckians will...
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear’s decision to expand Medicaid came mere days after the most significant study of the issue concluded that extending Medicaid coverage to the previously uninsured “generated no significant improvements in...
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear is expanding Medicaid eligibility by executive fiat. His action is wrong in several respects. About one of every five Kentuckians is already on Medicaid, the joint federal — and state health care program for low...
I read this recently in a story posted on Yahoo.com: “Confronting bipartisan criticism, President Barack Obama conceded Saturday his proposed budget is not his ‘ideal plan’ but said it offers ‘tough reforms’ to the nation&...
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The Winchester SunFountain Circle has gone from a one to two-star facility and has been handed off to a Louisville-based owner, which may mean things are headed in a positive direction for the nursing and rehabilitation facility. Signature HealthCARE, LLC became the new...
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Danville student listed on Webb School honor roll BELL BUCKLE, Tenn. — The Webb School recently announced its A and B honor rolls for the third quarter of the 2012-13 school year. Tyler Burns of Danville earned A Honor Roll status. An...
Golf tourney scheduled for May 6 in Danville The Ephraim McDowell Health Care Foundation Golf Tournament is scheduled for May 6 at the Danville Country Club. The tournament will follow a four-person team, 18-hole scramble format. Check-in begins...
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email@example.comOngoing issues with lack of payment from the managed care organizations that operates Kentucky’s Medicaid system are putting a strain on health departments statewide. That, in turn, is causing a strain for school districts, many of which contract...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFRANKFORT — Some local lawmakers are relieved that a proposal to draw new boundary lines around House districts was among a litany of high-profile bills that didn’t survive the legislative session that ended Tuesday night, but legislators warn...
Contributing ColumnistFor the last two years we’ve heard the same mantra from the GOP and its mouthpiece, FOX News: “We have a spending problem, not a revenue problem.” It’s usually said with solemnity and sometimes a hint of compassion, as if the...
email@example.comLIBERTY — U.S. Sen. Rand Paul opened his visit to Casey County Friday by delivering some breaking news from Washington. "I don't know if you've heard this yet, but I heard reports about it all the way here — the Federal Reserve has been...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — From taxing districts, to Medicaid and affordable health-care reform, to industrial hemp production, to the Grand Theater, a variety of topics were discussed during Tuesday’s town hall meeting in Lancaster with state Rep....
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