New Pennsylvania legislation would require certain people to prove they are working in order to receive Medicaid benefits. It’s a solution in search of a problem.
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Right now Pres. Trump and Republican leaders in D.C. are trying to sell the public on a scheme they’re calling “tax reform.” Don’t believe it for a second.
When is half less than zero? When it’s the Pennsylvania state budget.
Republican leaders in the U.S. Senate are trying to ram through a disastrous health care bill this week. Bottom line? It would remove health coverage from 22 million Americans.
This coming Saturday, June 24th, the focus of our meeting will be efforts underway in the state and federal government to pass grossly irresponsible and unfair budgets.
Trump campaigned on a promise to help the people who need it most. But now he is threatening one of our most basic rights: to food.
Republican efforts are underway in the U.S. House of Representatives to gut the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid. Consider it a Reverse Robin Hood.
Congress has taken its first official steps to advance a GOP-sponsored budget, which, if passed, would be disastrous for low- and middle-income Pennsylvanians.
Uninsured? If you missed the March 31 deadline to get health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), certain changes in your life since then could allow you to still sign up.
On the anniversary of Pres. Franklin Roosevelt’s birthday, Democratic legislators held a press conference to announce their priorities in upcoming budget negotiations. We were there as they called out Gov. Corbett for his failure to uphold the legacy of FDR’s New Deal and to protect the social safety net for Pennsylvanians in need.