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KY Gov Threatens To Strip Medicaid From 500,000 If Court Strikes Work Rules

Attorneys for Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) will tell a federal court this Friday that that the governor plans to take his ball and go home if he can’t get his way on Medicaid work requirements, premiums, and other restrictions. Bevin, who campaigned on ... read more

Kentucky governor threatens to kill Medicaid without work rules

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says that if a lawsuit strikes down the ... Hutchison on what he'd do should work rules be found illegal. Some 280,000 Arkansans are in the Medicaid expansion program. Would he strip them all if the state can't apply the work ... read more

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* A Monaca man has been charged with misdemeanor retail theft in East Rochester. Rochester police said William Jay Riddel, 52, of 1499 Indiana Ave. was stopped by store security at Shop 'N Save on Ohio River Boulevard about 1:20 a.m. Feb. 2 trying to leave ... read more

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Swing vote on Supreme Court says striking down Obamacare subsidies could cause a 'death spiral' for health insurance exchanges as justices hear arguments in Affordable Care Act ...

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky seemed to dodge a question ... to attack the Affordable Care Act in court is particularly heartless.' The case being heard today involves an effort to strip health care subsidies away from millions of ... read more

Beaver 36, Laurel 0 FINAL

BEAVER - The Beaver High School football team could have easily found itself facing a trap game when it hosted Laurel on Friday night. The Bobcats were coming off a hard-fought loss to Aliquippa a week ago, while rival Beaver Falls loomed on the horizon ... read more

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House Speaker Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, speaks at the state Capitol on July 26, 2017. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he does not believe sexual harassment allegations centered on Madigan's operations will affect Democrats in fast-approaching elections ... read more

Vice President Mike Pence returns to Hoosier state to unveil his official gubernatorial portrait

That if you work hard, pray harder, you look after your family ... to know that you're always in our hearts and the depth of our gratitude is inexpressible." Gov. Eric Holcomb introduced the man he used to serve as lieutenant governor, but reminded ... read more

Mississippi Tea Partier Accuses Sen. Cochran Of ‘Shameless’ Attacks

Tea Party favorite State Sen. Chris McDaniel is airing an ad accusing his opponent, incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) of engaging in dirty, shameless political attacks just after Cochran’s campaign linked McDaniel to a conspiracy to photograph Cochran ... read more

Hospital stocks SOAR on Supreme Court's ruling to uphold Obama's signature health care law (but rest of market sags)

Stocks of medical device makers were also down about the same as the broader market. The court found problems with the law's expansion of Medicaid but said the expansion could proceed under certain conditions. The ruling removes one cloud of uncertainty ... read more

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