Inside Maine’s Race to the Top application, Part 14
The last section of the Race the Top application describes “Competition Priorities,” which appear to be issues that the U.S. Department of Education wants to see addressed in the applications […]Read More →
Live Blogging the first meeting of the “Joint Select Committee on Health Care Reform Opportunities and Implementation”
*Start at the bottom and read up 3:05: Adjournment. No date set for the next meeting, and really, why bother? The committee sees its role very clearly: the soon-to-be outgoing […]Read More →
Dirigo Proposing $100k a Year Cap
The Dirigo Health Board is discussing changes to Maine’s government plan – DirigoChoice. One of the considerations is a $100,000 a year limit on benefits. This is a great lesson […]Read More →
Maine Medicaid to Grow by up to 30,000 Thanks to Federal “Stimulus”?
The $825 billion (and growing) stimulus package working its way through Congress contains a dramatic expansion of Medicaid, which entitles anyone laid off and receiving unemployment, regardless of income or […]Read More →