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Johnson Thomas, MD, FACE Feb 16
How doctors can help low-income patients (and still make a profit) (P.J. Parmar #
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John Corlett 22m
Voter Initiatives, Including Expansion, Could Get Harder to Pass Lawmakers in Florida, Missouri weigh fees, mandating more petition signatures and other requirements via
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Ravi Batra 36m
Leaving aside the headache ably causes, we🇺🇸 rejected as society’s ; here, we use it as a safety net to protect those at the floor - with etc.
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Wayne Rondeau Feb 15
I am home now so anyI am not going to be able to get to time
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Wayne Rondeau Feb 14
Let me know leea clear about the what the plans was fcor clear rlreclass ends up being c was
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Legal Times 4h
Lawyers Can Help You Plan Medicaid or a Will
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Jill Piggott 19h
Replying to @mainegop
I found out my stepson who earns min wage was BORROWING INHALERS for his . He & I campaigned for expansion & celebrated when the ballot measure passed in '18. Took a new Dem gov to get that measure enacted in '19. Shame on for their heartless hypocrisy.
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A.Levesque Feb 16
Helping my aunt with healthcare Medicare and mi Medicaid. Someone send me some information please. I can't find anything her income is 13448$ annual.
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R 17h
After entering office—LePage Admin, a priority— paid off to 39 bospitals, $500M in debt accrued under MaineCare, welfare, expansion— which had accrued over a decade of financial hardships/innovation for the medical centers
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Rusty & Ashley Pond 22h
Replying to @StephanieKelton
My taxplan would fully cover 4all. No tax hikes for those under $200K/yr. But Dems r proposing 4all not 4all. They just call it Medicare 2get more votes. They owe us a cost & offsets. They should be asking for analysis.
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C. Texas Urgent Care Feb 14
We are now accepting all plans at our clinics! If you have questions, please call us at 877-887-1253.
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Save My Care Feb 15
Don’t put work-requirements on .
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John Aronno 7h
Senate Considers Work Requirements Despite Concerning Record
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Peter Morley 13h
NM is leading the way to INCREASE access to healthcare and circumvent the Trump Administration's sabotage, with its Buy-in Bill. Thank YOU to every one who has worked tirelessly on this, but most especially & You INSPIRE me.
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Kevin De Liban 21h
My guest column in today’s explaining why so-called work requirements in make it harder for ppl to get ahead.
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Rep. John Bucy III Feb 16
Replying to @BucyForTexas
I was also able to speak with folks about the expansion efforts at the this session. This would provide 1.5 million Texans with address to healthcare, bring $10 Billion into our state annually, and lower all of our insurance premiums.
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STAND UP Nashville Feb 15
Many of workers have to rely on for health care because of low wages. More here:
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Steve Kuker Feb 15
Senior Care Live Saturday at 11am on Talk980AM! Steve visits with Dane Johnson, owner of Home Care Assistance Kansas City, about how receiving home care support is like Assisted Living but in your own home. Steve on Medicaid qualification for LTC.
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Commonwealth Fund Feb 15
The Fiscal Case for Medicaid Expansion
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