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Sixteen Kentuckians have re-filed a federal lawsuit to block the roll-out of the revised Medicaid program, KY HEALTH, claiming it still breaks the law.
A new poll shows that KY voters by 2-to-1 believe the state should leave Medicaid as it is, with no reductions in the number of people who are covered.
Starting in January, most adults covered by Medicaid will pay a copay. It’s a policy in search of a constituency, and Kentuckians deserve to know why.
Some people with mental illness and certain medical conditions will have trouble navigating the requirements of the state’s Medicaid waiver.
Another court battle is brewing over the re-approval of Kentucky's Medicaid overhaul despite the contentious work requirements for “able-bodied” adults.
Progressive policies were winners in the midterms, even in supposedly conservative states. Our own General Assembly should look at these winning policies.
Many are concerned that Kentucky's Medicaid changes could turn out like Arkansas, where thousands have lost coverage recently due to a new work requirement.
A new report shows that Kentucky's Medicaid expansion has been a significant success, especially in rural areas and small towns across the state.
A group made up primarily of hospitals is urging to keep the Medicaid expansion by including more classes of healthcare providers in the provider tax.
A federal judge dismissed Gov. Bevin’s lawsuit against 16 Medicaid recipients, a tool he used to defend his controversial changes to Medicaid.
OK, folks, it's time once again to FLOOD the state with comments on why the Medicaid work requirements are a TERRIBLE idea. Just takes a minute!
If you want a summary of why Medicaid work requirements are a bad idea, look no further than this document filed in federal court.