During the latest regular legislative session the right wingnut controlled Missouri General Assembly failed to continue the legislation enabling the previously non-controversial Federal Reimbursement Allowance [FRA] program for Missouri.
There is a looming deadline for legislation to implement the program before it impacts Medicaid and forces cuts in other general revenue funded areas.
Governor Mike Parson (r) called a special session of the General Assembly in an attempt to deal with the mess.
Today in the Missouri House:
House Communications @MOHOUSECOMM
The House has truly agreed to and finally passed SB 1 (Extends the sunset on certain health care provider federal reimbursement allowances and modifies provisions relating to certain family planning health care services) with a vote of 140-13. #moleg
1:24 PM · Jun 30, 2021
You know, finally doing the right thing.
Now the governor has to sign it.
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On the mark (June 22, 2021)
Now what? (June 22, 2021)
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If you take the health care out of Medicaid, is it still Medicaid? (June 25, 2021)
It’s taking long enough (June 26, 2021)