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Four ways to cut school funding: House and Senate at odds as education budget negotiations begin
The Senate is proposing nearly $40 million less than the House for the state education budget, looking to cut funding for cost-of-living raises, transportation, discretionary funds, and compensation for National Board Certified teachers.
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Wyoming House wastes no time—or words—killing Medicaid expansion
A bill to expand Medicaid failed an introductory vote Monday, just hours after the Legislature convened, leaving tens of thousands of Wyomingites without healthcare … again.
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The Wyoming Liberty Group’s Medicaid expansion dog and pony show
The Wyoming Liberty Group actively opposes Medicaid expansion, but it hosted a panel discussion to (allegedly) present “both sides” of the debate. It was facts and information against folksy catchphrases and scare tactics .
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Wyoming’s rural hospitals (and communities) would benefit from Medicaid expansion
Expanding Medicaid would help Wyoming’s struggling rural hospitals offset state budget cuts, provide mental health treatment, and attract and retain physicians to provide better services.
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Expanding Medicaid would drive down people’s healthcare costs across Wyoming
When hospitals treat people who can’t afford to pay, they pass off those losses to everyone else, raising medical costs and insurance premiums statewide. This “uncompensated care” amounts to 6 percent of Wyoming hospitals’ total expenses. Medicaid expansion would cover those costs instead, helping hospitals and driving down the price of healthcare for everyone.
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Revenue Committee votes to sponsor Wyoming Medicaid expansion bill during 2020 Legislative session
The committee's support—and Wyoming's worsening budget situation—gives Medicaid expansion the best shot it's had in years.
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Revenue Committee to consider non-tax proposal to bring hundreds of millions of public dollars to Wyoming
A bill to expand Medicaid would help close the state’s sizeable budget shortfall (and it would help poor people get healthcare, too).