Gov. Mike Pence announced Thursday he’s terminating development of the JustIN site immediately.
Governor Mike Pence was in Mishawaka Wednesday to discuss HIP 2.0, an extension of the Health Indiana Plan established seven years ago. HIP 2.0 could help more than 350,000 uninsured Hoosiers get coverage. The new plan will expand on Obamacare by using Medicaid funds to help pay for the costs of the program. Hospital fees and cigarette taxes will also help pay the costs as well.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence became the latest Republican governor to expand Medicaid in his state through what he billed as a series of “consumer-driven” reforms. But conservative groups are pushing back against the potential 2016 contender for growing an “already troubled entitlement program.”
First, it adds more people on to the Medicaid rolls, not fewer. The Indiana plan puts 350,000 more Hoosiers on to the overstretched welfare program. Reform should be grounded in reducing Medicaid dependence, not increasing it.
While the Hands Up Don’t Shoot campaign is not being conducted by Ben & Jerry’s business, we support our cofounders as individuals and our independent franchisees to express their values and be activists in their community.
Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield’s determination to do the right thing—even as the ice cream company they founded faces a racist backlash—is admirable and should be recognized.
That’s apparently what some red-alert citizen of Bound Brook, New Jersey, thought when he or she called the police to investigate this danger… that turned out to be two high school seniors handing out fliers for their snow-shoveling enterprise.
“I felt uncomfortable, and I didn’t want to do it,” 11-year-old Eliza Medina. “I felt like they violated my privacy.”
“Listen, I was the Tea Party before there was a Tea Party,”
“Chris Kyle is an American hero and what he represents to me is the goodness of America and the people who defend it,” Brann said in a statement.