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Health Department officials say they are ‘sounding the alarm’
Federal government chides state for its handling of applications and renewals.
Bill providing one year of care is a proceedural step from being sent to Gov. Mike Dunleavy
Coverage for more than 260,000 Alaskans to be checked during next year as COVID-19 protection ends
For less government, Mike Dunleavy is the clear choice for governor.
Since Gov. Bill Walker unilaterally expanded Obamacare in Alaska, enrollment has skyrocketed and is providing needed health care coverage to vulnerable Alaskans and bringing additional… Continue reading
As the Alaska Senate considers new regulations for Alaskans receiving government-funded health care, state officials are warning that the changes will not save money. In… Continue reading
The Alaska Legislature on Friday morning approved a stopgap spending plan that keeps the Alaska Marine Highway System operating and the state’s Medicaid program working.… Continue reading