Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series, see the bottom for a complete list. There are a lot of Latin phrases you learn when you’re in law school. Some of them have even made their way into common, everyday English! One of those is the warning caveat emptor, “Let the buyer beware.” Expressed […]
Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series, see the bottom for a complete list. * * * * * * * * * * How did Nebraska’s Medicaid program morph into one that’s rated second only to the one operated by the State of Massachusetts in terms of the most benefits offered while, […]
Author’s Note: This is the first in a series of articles about Nebraska’s Medicaid program, the Unicameral’s apparent intent to expand it, and the many reasons why expansion is an uncommonly bad idea. See the bottom of this article for a complete series list. * * * * * * * * * * Last […]
Several articles we’ve published recently reported on a meeting of Nebraska Senators representing districts in Lancaster that occurred on November 17 in Lincoln. One of those articles, NE Senators Meeting 11/17 Part 2: Voices Not Often Heard, focused on remarks Linda and I made addressing core questions regarding the true purpose of government and whether or not the $900 million+ – $1.4 billion budget shortfall is being taken seriously enough. Linda focused in particular on the serious problems with Nebraska’s Medicaid system. Following the meeting, Linda sent a letter to the Senators who attended to reinforce several of the points she’d made, which we are sharing, below. Linda did some additional research following writing her letter, which lays out even more problems coming with Medicaid, which you can read about HERE. Read full article47% of Nebraska Births Paid for By the State: Is that Good?