Coal’s decline has forced staunchly anti-Obamacare politicians to reconsider Medicaid expansion, while rural communities depend on tele-health more than ever.
Fixing the U.S. health care system, Dodson argues, doesn’t hinge on single-payer versus private options. Instead, it comes down to lawmakers doing the right thing to keep costs down.
President Trump has anointed Wyoming’s junior senator as the man-with-the-plan for replacing the ACA. The problem is Barrasso doesn’t have one.
National publicity surrounding a well-known Wyoming family’s political infighting has resulted in an unexpected windfall for the Downtown Clinic.
Voters in three conservative western states overruled their legislators and expanded medicaid through ballot initiatives during the midterm elections — but not Wyoming.