Washington Post

September 13, 2017

Louisiana uninsured rate hits historic low

More Louisiana residents than ever before were covered by health insurance in 2016, according to figures released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Number of the Day

43 - percent increase in opioid addiction treatment prescriptions in Medicaid expansion states relative to non-expansion states. (Source: The New York Times' Upshot blog)
September 12, 2017

Middle-class incomes at record high

U.S. Census Bureau data released this morning suggest that the long national economic recovery that began in 2009 after the Great Recession has finally taken root for many middle-income American families.

Number of the Day

10.3- Percentage of Louisianans without health insurance coverage, the lowest uninsured rate in the state’s history. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau)
September 2, 2014

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Hospital privatization off to a shaky start in north Louisiana; The Washington Post, The Advocate, and NOLA.com criticize Common Core lawsuit; Credit unions put a new spin on savings accounts with lottery program; Another Red State governor mulls Medicaid expansion