The Democrat’s Kamala Conundrum

When Harris Was Chosen As Biden’s VP There Was A Panic Media-Blitz To Remake Her. Media Hid Her Companionship With Willie Brown, Her Defiance Of Authority, Non-Compliance With The Courts And Her Support For Radical Left Laws. And No Major Media Outlet Vetted Her Background Or Her Qualifications. Democrats Went To Extremes To Shelter Kamala Harris And Protect Her From Everything That Could Taint Her Image.

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Governor Lee Defends Medicaid Block Grant Program

According To The U.S. Census, More Than 836,000 People In Tennessee Do Not Have Health Insurance. Despite Some Pushback From The New Administration, Governor Lee Is Hopeful That The Medicaid Block Grant Waiver Program Will Remain In Place And Will Allow More People To Get The Insurance They Need.

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Feds To Pay Hundreds Per Child To American Families; Critics Fear Economic Fallout

Americans With Children Will Begin Receiving Checks From The Internal Revenue Service In A Few Weeks, But Economists Worry The Payments Could Have Long-Term Economic Consequences.

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Healthcare Interests, Restaurants Among COVID Relief Bill Winners

While Many Interest Groups Felt They Missed Out On Crucial Aid In Biden’s Relief Package, A Handful Of Industries Scored Huge Wins, Including Healthcare Industry Giants.

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Cutting Health Care Budgets Will Make Recession Worse For Working Women – And Everyone Else Too

One Of The Biggest Challenges We Have In Politics & Public Policy Is That People Work On A Narrow Range Of Issues Or Even Just One Issue. Reporters Have Beats, Lawmakers Have Committee Assignments. Subject Matter Experts Usually Work In Just One Discipline. Interest Groups Have, Well, Their, Interests. When The Champions Of A Single Issue Pursue Their Own Interests To The Exclusion Of Everything Else, Specialization Becomes The Enemy Of Good Policy.

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New Federal Rule: No More Surprise Hospital Bills And More Options For Consumers

As A Result Of A Rule Change Implemented By Former President Trump, Hospitals Have Begun Publishing Their Actual Costs Of Services, Including Discounted Cash And Negotiated Rates.

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SCOTUS To Hear Case Opposing HHS Approval Of State Work Requirements For Medicaid Beneficiaries

The United States Supreme Court Will Make Decision On Whether The Medicaid Statue Allows The Secretary of HHS To Sign Off On State Plans To Utilize Work Requirements As Encouragement For Medicaid Beneficiaries To Find Alternate Health Insurance.

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