[Wine] Some states seek flexibility to push health reforms further

lorelmfias wineforum-user at winehq.org
Tue Oct 18 10:38:56 CDT 2011

As far as health-reform boosters go, Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber is among the most stalwart. bag cheap (http://www.bag126.com/) “We want to show that health reform is something real, that it actually works,” he said. “Oregon is a place that can actually make it happen.” His state has aggressively implemented the health overhaul Congress passed last year, taking more than 100 million in federal funding to do so. But at the same time, the health-care law puts Kitzhaber (D) in a bind. Earlier this year, Oregon passed its own plan, which starts with reforming how it pays doctors and eventually ends with allowing public employees to enroll in Medicaid, the federal insurance program for low-income Americans. There’s just one big obstacle: What Oregon wants to do would require the Obama administration to waive integral pillars of its signature legislative accomplishment. Handbag (http://www.bag126.com/)

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