The hospital bills are hitting Larry Basich’s mailbox.
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An investigation by the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) Office of Inspector General (OIG) recently led to a $3.75 million settlement due to “a pattern of billing errors” with Medicaid patients by Texas-based Carousel Pediatrics, according to a recent state announcement.
Candidate filing closed in three more states: Idaho, Iowa, and Nevada and, along with announcements in two other states, we find some former office holders reversing the retirement trend and re-entering the political arena.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Abba Eban once remarked of the Palestinians that they never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity. The same might be said of Senate Republicans under the alleged leadership of Mitch McConnell.
American for Prosperity has two new ads running in Colorado and Louisiana knocking those state's Democratic senators, Mark Udall and Mary Landrieu,
WKOW in Wisconsin ran this local news story this week about Wisconsin residents who have purchased plans through Obamacare but will soon find out they are not covered.
As sequestration bore down in February 2013, the threat of furloughs for thousands of government workers was a common refrain from those warning of the dire effects of the across the board budget cuts.
One of President Barack Obama’s favorite new Obamacare sign-up pitches is that young enrollees, which the law banks on for sustainability, can get health insurance for the price of a monthly cellphone bill. But in reality, premiums are more than a little pricier. “HealthCare.gov works great now,” Obama told Zack Galifianakis Tuesday in a Funny [...]