Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation Monday that would have limited who could work in the state as a health insurance guide and blamed a national conservative group for injecting an error into the model legislation.
Officials with St. Anthony’s Medical Center say they saw record patient volumes in their Emergency Department in March, April and May.
Reports said employees are being paid to do very little work at a suburban St. Louis processing center for President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
Despite a federal court order against their current law, Missouri legislators voted Thursday to toughen requirements even further for people seeking to work as insurance guides under President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Several U.S. lawmakers are demanding answers after some Missouri media outlets reported that employees at a center processing applications for health insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul were paid to do nothing.
Republican lawmakers are demanding answers after reports that say that a suburban St. Louis processing center for the Affordable Care Act.
Employees at an application processing center in Wentzville have almost no work to do and are often paid just to stare at their computer screens.
Missouri and Illinois have both exceeded the predicted totals for enrollment in the expanded Medicaid coverage.
Obama-Affiliated Group Deletes Tweet Asking Americans If They Have A Sugar Daddy Paying For Health Care
A group affiliated with President Barack Obama deleted a tweet they posted Monday asking people if they had a “sugar daddy” to pay for medical bills.
Last-minute enrollment efforts across Missouri are expected to boost the number of consumers gaining coverage through the new federal health insurance law, but organizers say the deadline push won’t hit anticipated enrollment targets.