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Archive: March 8, 2013

NH State Capitol

CONCORD, N.H. – The governor and state and federal officials are taking part in a legislative hearing today focused on health insurance options in New Hampshire. Lisa Kaplan Howe, policy director of New Hampshire Voices for Health, says a key topic will be how to design the new health care m ...Read More

PHOTO: Gov. Mike Beebe shares his plan to cover more uninsured Arkansans with Thursday's crowd on the State Capitol steps. Photo by Anna Strong.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Hundreds of Arkansans showed up at the State Capitol on Thursday for a rally to support expanding Medicaid coverage in the state – and they may get the coverage, but in a different way. Gov. Mike Beebe's compromise with the federal government might be more palatable ...Read More

PHOTO: The five-year construction plan proposed by the Arizona Department of Transportation focuses on preserving the state’s existing highway system with no funding for alternatives like rail, transit and bikes. CREDIT: Arizona Department of Transportation

PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Transportation's latest five-year construction plan is up for public comment in Phoenix today. The proposal contains money only for highways and airports. But Serena Unrein, a public interest advocate for the Arizona Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) E ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa – In 1987, when then President Ronald Reagan declared March as the first Development Disabilities Awareness Month, there was little housing, social help or employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities. Since then, much has changed says Becky Harker, ex ...Read More

Image: Legislature approves bills to expand Medi-Cal coverage to more than 1 million low-income Californians by the January 2014 deadline of the federal Affordable Care Act.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – One million more low-income and uninsured Californians are closer to getting health care. The state Assembly and Senate have passed key legislation that will expand California's Medi-Cal program and make it easier and faster to use. Assembly Speaker John Perez says the ...Read More

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