With costs outstripping revenues and no legal mandate to provide service, counties’ and towns’ EMS funding models are collapsing.
Wyoming Senate has chance to finally give low-income residents, and the state’s budget, the helping hand it’s long withheld.
Following years of discussing, and rejecting, expansion with lesser incentives, Wyoming lawmakers are now giving it serious consideration.
Lawmakers can no longer afford to turn up their noses at Medicaid expansion, especially if Congress passes new pandemic relief, guest columnist Nate Martin writes.
Lawmakers are considering bills to usurp the authority of the state health officer and — in keeping with GOP tradition — politicize science, Drake opines.