Thirty organizations across Minnesota get $4.2 million in funding to provide services to young people like Lina Warner.
WASHINGTON — The GOP-controlled U.S. House could vote on the legislation this week. Senate Democrats are adamantly against it.
Three grocery stores across the state are taking part in the pilot project.
By the end of April, he must appoint six members to the board, which will oversee Minnesota’s online marketplace for health insurance.
They shared the progrsm’s bipartisan history and pushed for answers from the federal government by the end of February.
The plan seeks to spend $11.2 billion — a modest increase — from the general fund and would bring Minnesota in line with the complicated federal health care law.
The recommendations also cover ways to lower Minnesota’s increasing costs.
Advocates for the poor are relieved after Legislature approves $18 million in funding for state’s Health and Human Services program.
WASHINGTON — Dayton administration officials disputed congressional charges that Minnesota tried to receive and keep an undue amount of Medicaid money.
Gov. Mark Dayton has not spoken about the proposal inching through the Legislature, but his Department of Human Services commissioner isn’t holding back.