Posts tagged with Medicaid
State spending per K-12 public school student in Louisiana fell 3.6 percent between 2008 and the 2017 fiscal year, after adjusting for inflation.
Three years after the Louisiana Legislature voted to require more information about the cost and benefits of the state’s various tax break programs, a new report finds that state agencies are doing a poor job of complying with the law.
"Unimaginable" cuts; Time to kill SAVE; History repeats itself; and Losing the lottery
Fixing the budget will require new revenue; Medicaid expansion a “godsend” for workers; Obama legacy includes stronger safety net; Nursing home amendment complicates budget
Medicaid Turns 50; Poverty is not an insoluble problem; New tax raises car insurance rates and; Advocate: Bond ratings matter
'Dynamic scoring' rule adopted; Oil price plunge could mean jobs lost; Gill: State Medicaid plan hurts the poor; and More students taking advantage of Course Choice
Surplus dispute threatens construction projects; Fiscal Office weighs in on budget dispute; More opposition to nursing home constitutional amendment; Oil and gas industry doesn’t want to pay to fix the coast
State employees will pay significantly more for health coverage; Urban Institute outlines fiscal impact of not expanding Medicaid; Louisiana gets mixed reviews on child welfare scorecard; Grant funds support healthy foods initiative
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