1. If you are already registered to vote: a. If you requested and received an Absent Voter Ballot by mail, fill it out and return it to your clerk’s office…read more
Oklahoma voters expand Medicaid. Has the pandemic heightened the public demand for health care?
“In the middle of a pandemic, Oklahomans stepped up and delivered life-saving care for nearly 200,000 of our neighbors, took action to keep our rural hospitals open, and brought our…read more
About 170 million Americans – over half of the population in the United States – get health insurance through employer-based coverage or the private individual market. Just how the COVID-19…read more
Struggling with medical debt? You’re not alone, and here’s what you can do about it.
Managing your personal finances can be tough even when you and your loved ones are healthy. But adding in expensive medical bills can lead to higher stress levels just at…read more
Financial stress, hardship, and even bankruptcy caused by medical bills is a well-documented story in the United States. Health care costs topped $3.6 trillion in 2018, and having some type…read more
In what promises to be a highly charged process to determine next year’s federal budget, the President released hisproposed 2021 Budget on February 10th. Over the coming months, Congress will review…read more
Could the latest challenge to the ACA threaten health care for millions?
Now facing its third major court challenge since being enacted in 2010, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (sometimes called “Obamacare”) could be overturned if a lawsuit currently making its way…read more
The Michigan budget deal reached late last year restored roughly $25 million to rural hospitals, halting the financial axe that was about to come down on its 70 rural hospitals.…read more