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Jun 24 2017
Cites concerns about Medicaid, delivering new blow to repeal planWashington Times
Apr 09 2021
In 1976, House Republicans proposed the Hyde Amendment, which bans the use of federal funds from covering the cost of abortion care for poor and low-income people. At the time, Representative Henry Hyde (R-IL), the namesake of the amendment, did what Republicans have become infamous for: saying the quiet part out loud. During a House debate on the amendment, the lawmaker said, “I wouldRefinery29
Oct 28 2021
President Biden is pitching a $1.75 trillion social spending and climate plan to Democrats that has been heavily slimmed down after concessions to moderate senators.
It’s still a huge bill, but it’s just half the size of the $3.5 trillion package envisioned in the Democrats’ budget resolution.
But here’s a look at what is in and out of the framework, which still must be turnedThe Hill
Jun 23 2017
Legislation would cap states’ Medicaid funding, phase out program’s expansionWall Street Journal (News)
Mar 21 2017
Work requirements for Medicaid, bigger tax cuts for the rich, but nothing for the uninsured.Vox
Jun 08 2021
President Joe Biden’s $6 trillion budget proposal demands $200 million for maternal health care — but refers to mothers as “birthing people,” adopting progressive parlance designed to ignore gender-based distinctions.
The provision appears in the budget draft’s healthcare spending designations, in a line item that allocates “$200 million to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity ratesThe Daily Wire
Jul 13 2017
Big Medicaid cuts and weakened protections for people with pre-existing conditions remain at its heart.HuffPost
Nov 06 2021
The jab or your job? That's what 84-million Americans are facing after the Biden administration has finally, officially, released the President's vaccine mandate against private businesses. More than two dozen states are pushing back, and millions of employees say they'll lose their jobs rather than take the shot.
But the message from the Biden Administration is vaccine or bust. TheCBN
Sep 23 2018
The Trump administration on Saturday proposed rules that could deny green cards to immigrants if they use Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers and other forms of public assistance.USA TODAY