Sen. Duckworth: 'Russia Has Attacked My Nation'Illinois' junior Senator expresses frustration with administration's response to hacking.
Judge Orders Illinois to Pay More Toward Medicaid BillsA federal judge has ordered the state of Illinois to pay $286 million more toward Medicaid bills every month and an additional $1 billion during the next year.
Protesters Gather at Roy Blunt's Clayton OfficeDozens protested the Senate Republican Health Care Reform bill Wednesday in Clayton.
Medicaid Cuts Could be Disastrous for Mo. SeniorsThe Senate Republican health care bill contains massive cuts to medicaid, even more than the house version of the bill.
Former SLU Medical Resident Admits Writing Fake ScriptsKyle Betts will be sentenced in August for illegally obtaining painkillers
Missouri Residents Switched to Managed Care HealthcareRoughly 240 thousand more Missouri Medicaid recipients are being switched to a system under which private companies oversee patient care.
Democratic Illinois House OKs Public Funding for Abortions"I believe it is disrespectful to tell a woman what she can or can not do with her body," State Representative Chris Welch says.
St. Louis Home Healthcare Workers Indicted for FraudSix area home health care workers and patients were charged with making false statements to Medicaid regarding home healthcare services that were neither received nor provided.
Missouri House Votes Down Medicaid ExpansionColumbia Democrat's proposal fails 102-41
Greitens Still Against Medicaid Eligibility ExpansionMissouri Governor Eric Greitens says he's still against expanding eligibility for Medicaid in Missouri following failed efforts in Congress to overhaul health care.
Ill. Faces Serious Loss from Health Care OverhaulIllinois health care experts say the state would face a $40 billion loss in federal Medicaid support under a health care overhaul proposed by congressional Republicans.
Illinois Could Lose $40 Billion in Federal Medicaid SupportThe overhaul would also cap federal support given to states for Medicaid recipients instead of matching whatever states decide to spend.