The Sooner State is the 38th jurisdiction to offer benefits to more adults under the Affordable Care Act.
An estimated 16.2 million people have lost health insurance once provided by their employer during the pandemic.
House Democrats blast the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for keeping workers at call centers during the pandemic.
Newly unemployed people may qualify for subsidized insurance or no-cost government benefits.
The New York governor’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has made him a star, but progressives say the new state budget shows his true colors.
The administration wants states to accept caps on federal Medicaid funding. In times like this, that would mean fewer people being able to access medical care.
While the president aims to cushion the blow for businesses, he appears to be throwing out his 2016 pledge not to cut Medicare and Social Security.
"Dead on arrival," but very much alive on the campaign trail.
Only a small fraction of Medicaid recipients have accessed an alternative pain management program meant to combat the overprescription of opioids.
The budget plan recycles deep, previously rejected cuts to domestic programs like food stamps, Medicaid and housing.