The money would go to matching grants for the construction of new treatment facilities.
The news comes as a surprise for the organization representing the state’s hospitals.
The decision comes amid a lawsuit brought by the state employee union.
The governor has proposed aggressive cuts to Medicaid, but when much of the proposed cuts rely on federal approval senators argue only a small fraction is actually achievable this year.
The state’s independent chief procurement officer said he was never informed about Wellpath’s lengthy legal history, which includes more than 1,400 lawsuits and wrongful death claims.
A week before investigators uncovered an assault at the psychiatric hospital, a deputy commissioner was talking about the discovery in the past tense.
The rule would also allow some clinics to provide incomplete information to pregnant patients.
By Amber Lee Across the nation there is a great deal of talk about the role of health care in switching many red states to…
The court says the law violated the Alaska Constitution’s equal protections clause.
The 49th State is on track to have a 420 first.