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But another program whose importance has grown in recent years was also a key issue as the huge bill ripened toward a vote: crop insurance. Even those who don't follow ag policy closely know that direct payments to farmers are controversial, with
AP What if the problem with your political party is that the policies it advocates are bad? You can't fix that problem by "rebranding" the same platform or finding younger, less-white candidates to promote it. You definitely can't fix it by leaning
Arguing that the health care safety net could be severely harmed, leaders of Bay Area counties and public hospitals are opposing Gov. Brown's proposal to shift $300 million of county health funding to other programs this year. The redirected amount
The director of the Arizona Department of Economic Security was in Washington this week pushing his plan to "reinvent" the state's social services safety net and create a streamlined system to better serve the needy...Carter said Thursday he has met
04:18 PM PDT Updated: 05/21/2013 08:04:18 PM PDT A new study of Monterey County's health care safety net system suggests it can absorb the new demand for access to care under the Affordable Care Act with a few tweaks.
The lack of effective leaders, coupled with the rise of anti-Europe parties from Greece to the United Kingdom, is allowing the cracks in Europe's foundations to grow. The European Union (EU) has asked its citizens to brace for further economic misery.
We are passing through something more than a period of disappointing economic growth and increasing political polarization. Whats happening is more powerful: the collapse of entitlement...The breakdown of these ideas has rattled us psychologically as
EDT Source Newsroom: Newswise Ann Arbor, Mich. Federal funding for health care coverage of children with diabetes varies significantly from state to state across the United States, according to new research from the University of Michigan.
16:27 PM PDT Updated: 04/29/2013 06:16:27 PM PDT Natividad Medical Center must change from an independent safety net hospital to being able to provide full-service primary care if it is to survive under national health care reform.
Rest assured, though, that if you have a heart attack or break your leg, a hospital will treat you. People in need of urgent medical attention can't be turned away. But providing that care isn't free, and the pot of federal money that reimburses some