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CHIP rescission proposal: Much ado about nothing or a threat?

CHIP rescission proposal: Much ado about nothing or a threat?

By Susannah Luthi  |  May 12, 2018

The White House proposal to rescind $5 billion in authorized funds from the Children's Health Insurance Program is raising hackles in Washington as budget experts and children's health advocates disagree over the impact.

Healthcare looms large in budget deal

By Modern Healthcare  |  February 09, 2018

Congress gave the healthcare industry some surprising and widespread relief in its two-year budget deal.

Senate eyes changes to the House stopgap health package

Senate eyes changes to the House stopgap health package

By Susannah Luthi  |  February 06, 2018

Some Democrats are unhappy with the House GOP's health package because of how it pays for extending certain Medicare programs. But the package, part of a short-term budget measure, could be tweaked in the Senate.

As lawmakers trade barbs, nearly 30 states risk running out of CHIP funding

As lawmakers trade barbs, nearly 30 states risk running out of CHIP funding

By Susannah Luthi  |  January 20, 2018

Insults accelerated on the first day of the government shutdown, with Democrats and Republicans failing to reach a deal to reopen the government. CHIP funding is nowhere in sight as some states hover dangerously near the drop-dead deadline for their programs.

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