The Medicaid privatization disaster is getting even worse with the decision by UI’s College of Dentistry to stop taking new adult Medicaid patients. Oral health is the number one unmet need in Iowa adults.
The decision today by the Iowa Supreme Court is a victory for the constitutional rights of Iowa women. It’s a shame that Governor Reynolds and legislative Republicans are working overtime to prevent women from accessing health care. That’s wrong. They are politicians, not doctors.
The failure by the Reynolds Administration to come clean with Iowa taxpayers is even more reason for the State Auditor to conduct a comprehensive audit of Medicaid privatization that explains why it isn’t working.
SF 385 – Uniform Athlete Agents Act SF 2098 – Updating probate code for electronic document management system SF 2099 – Administration of small estates SF 2135 – Comparative fault for not wearing seatbelt SF […]
SF 455 – District cost per pupil and transportation equity SF 475 – Education omnibus bill SF 2113 – Suicide awareness training for school employees SF 2114 – Department of Education Code corrections SF 2131 […]
SF 2117—FY18 budget cuts SF 2414—Infrastructure Budget FY19 SF 2415—Education Budget FY19 SF 2416—Administration and Regulation Budget FY19 SF 2418—Health and Human Services Budget FY19 – ITEM VETO HF 633—School shared operational functions HF 637—Background […]
All bills passed by the Legislature and sent to the Governor for her signature during the 2018 session. SJR 2006 – Lieutenant Governor Selection and appointment process SF 192 – New licenses to practice applied […]
All bills passed by the Legislature and sent to the Governor for her signature during the 2018 session. SF 2353—WIOA federal conformity HF 2240—Electronic wage statements HF 2297—Boiler steam pressure vessel inspections HF 2321—IWD criminal […]