Medicaid 1 Kentucky’s Medicaid waiver proposal frames the issue of health coverage for low-income Kentuckians largely as a problem of Medicaid participants’ lack of understanding about private insurance and failure to engage read more
higher ed cuts 2016 Kentucky is continuing its tumble to the bottom as one of the worst states in funding cuts to higher education, a new report from the Center for Budget and Policy read more
overtime rule An estimated 149,000 salaried Kentucky workers will become entitled to overtime protections under President Obama’s increase to the overtime salary threshold announced today, according to an analysis from the Economic read more
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By Ashley Spalding
June 24, 2016
Kentucky’s Medicaid waiver proposal frames the issue of health coverage for low-income Kentuckians largely as a problem of Medicaid participants’ lack of understanding about private insurance and failure to engage read more
By Dustin Pugel
June 23, 2016
The proposed changes to Kentucky’s Medicaid expansion include the elimination of dental coverage from the package of benefits for adults. Reducing access to dental care would likely lead to other, read more
By Jason Bailey
June 23, 2016
The Medicaid waiver proposal the administration has drafted claims the changes will save $2.2 billion over the first 5 years of the program. But the data shows those savings would read more
By Jason Bailey
June 22, 2016
Governor Bevin rolled out proposed changes to Kentucky’s Medicaid program that would put up harsh new barriers to coverage and care for Kentuckians including premiums and work requirements. The plan read more