Federal district judge Jed S. Rakoff rules (in United States v. Quinones) that the federal death penalty is unconstitutional.
By a vote of 4 to 2, the California supreme court rules (in Committee to Defend Reproductive Rights v. Myers) that the state constitution . . .
Chris Edwards discusses USPS and Ross Marchand covers Medicaid reform.
Millions of able-bodied adults now clog the program’s rolls, while hundreds of thousands of truly needy Americans languish on waiting lists.
There’s simply no excuse for allowing unions to rig Medicaid for their own enrichment at the expense of caregivers, Medicaid beneficiaries, and taxpayers alike.
The senators’ letter cited the November 2020 CMS improper-payment-rate report and the 21.4 percent improper-payment rate in Medicaid.
Focusing on merely expanding ‘health coverage’ will do nothing to address the inadequate supply of health care in states such as North Carolina.
Terry McAuliffe also falsely claimed he ‘never advocated changing’ Virginia’s statute on late-term abortion.
Congressional Democrats want to throw more money at Medicaid, but that won’t improve long-term care.