Letters to the Editor Jeff Bezdek
On April 5, our city took a major step forward in developing a permanent
solution for our mass transit problems. City Council members accepted
the key strategic route alignment for the MAPS 3 light rail streetcar.
Gov. Fallin rejected two key aspects of the Affordable Care Act, but critics of the decision say they’re not giving up.
News Clifton Adcock
Perlinda George, a student at Oklahoma City Community College, had hoped
to sign up for coverage in an expanded Medicaid program under the
auspices of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Letters to the Editor Wanda Jo Stapleton
Mary Fallin’s ruthless refusal to expand Medicaid coverage to
low-income Oklahomans is typical of the way her past political actions
have harmed Oklahomans.
A new community health initiative seeks to improve care for low-income, uninsured people in Oklahoma City.
News Brendan Hoover
Amid the nation’s health care debate, a new initiative is being launched
locally to help provide care to low-income, uninsured people. The
Oklahoma County Community Health Network seeks to maximize resources for
the metro’s 19 free clinics and two federally qualified health centers.
Supporters and critics scramble to determine the impact of Gov. Fallin’s decision against Medicaid expansion.
News Clifton Adcock
As Oklahoma pushes forward to form its own health care reform plan,
several groups are trying to pressure Gov. Mary Fallin to reverse her
previous decision not to expand the state’s Medicaid program.
Letters to the Editor Jo Davis
Republican governor, John Kasich, recently surprised most political
pundits by changing his mind about expanding Medicaid. “I, as all of you
know, am not a supporter of Obamacare,” Kasich explained at a press
conference. “But I think this makes great sense for the state of Ohio.”
CFN Gazette staff
It’s not what you said — it’s how you said it. You’ve
heard that before, right? (We just wanna make sure our parents weren’t
the only ones with that gem.) At any rate, a recent poll demonstrates
that truism when it comes to questions of Medicaid expansion.