This isn’t exactly bad news. The head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) confirmed in a May 7 letter that New Hampshire, as of Jan. 1, 2019, will be able to require all beneficiaries of expanded Medicaid health insurance from ages 19 to 64 to participate in 100 hours per month of …
By Aaron Day Today the Republicans lead the charge to re-authorize Obamacare Medicaid expansion. The budget for New Hampshire for the past 27 years is built on a funding mechanism that borrows billions from children and ignores making real structural changes. Our healthcare system would be better and less expensive if we didn’t rely on …
We continue the discussion with Greg Moore from Americans for Prosperity on Government meddling with medical care and coverage and the economic malpractice that results–fewer startups, employment stagnation, wage deflation, and other symptoms of this regulatory disease, including those specific to New Hampshire.
We discuss the dishonest campaign antics of Congressional candidate Eric Estevez, then get into Medicaid Expansion and some local players who by pandering to it are helping us on our way to single-payer.
This week we discuss the criminal enterprise that is New Hampshire and Medicaid Expansion, Ruling class/Country class politics, Feminists and Trans-glaciers (believe it, it is true), a new form of vandalism in Rhode Island, and Sen. Kelly Ayotte’s new electoral challengers.
As Republicans advance Medicaid expansion in NH local activists have developed an online tool to show taxpayers just how expensive this will get, even IF the Feds keep their funding promise. (2016-01-30 Segment 1a)
This week we are introduced to the NH Income Tax Calculator. We also welcome Sen. Bob Smith on Ted Cruz and this week’s debate, David McIntosh – President of Club for Growth, Aaron Day on the Medicaid Expansion hearing, Crissy Harris from AFP joins us to talk EPA overreach and Obama energy policy, and our guest co-host this week is …
NH Senator Kelly Ayotte meddled in the race for NH Speaker of the House. As a result, moderate Republican leadership took command with plans to extend Medicaid Expansion. One local activist has a plan to make her pay a political price.
Keith Carlsen joins us to discuss the Health Care Compact as an alternative for states to free themselves from Federal intrusion tied to programs like Medicaid and ObamaCare
And Rep. Abrami thinks I’m delusional. From this morning’s Concord Fish Wrap: