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Latest Human Services Items
Some of the neediest children in the U.S. Virgin Islands are not being put at the top of the list to qualify for the territory's Head Start program, a new report said.
Florida nearly doubled enrollment in health plans during March, bringing the total to nearly 1 million enrollees in exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, far surpassing White House goals and beating out three dozen other states, according to figures released Thursday.
Hawaii's Department of Human Services may seek about $4.9 million from the Legislature next year to cover money owed by the state's troubled health insurance exchange, agency officials told state lawmakers Wednesday.
One of Medicaid expansion's biggest allies in the Florida Legislature is growing cold on the idea, which leaves the possibility of extending insurance to more than 1 million of the state's most vulnerable nearly dead in the water before the session begins.
Sixty-three percent of enrollments for health coverage during the first three months of Rhode Island's new insurance marketplace have been for Medicaid, rather than private plans, state officials said Monday.
The Obama administration on Monday called on a Mennonite-owned health insurance company to cancel its proposed 11.6 percent rate hike, marking the first time the government has tried to pressure a private company under the new health care law.
A 98-page proposal to intensify regulations governing Colorado child care centers would require a previously unseen level of detail, including specifications for the number of crayons, paintbrushes and blocks per art kit, the racial composition of dolls and the number of nature scenes per classroom.