The Democratic congressman addressed the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce on topics ranging from infrastructure and health care to immigration policy and trade wars.
CHRISTUS Santa Rosa, Southwest General, and University Health System are set to lose 1 percent of Medicare payments over the 2018 federal fiscal year.
New data released by the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that about 18 percent of San Antonio residents did not have health insurance in 2016 – a slight decline from 2015 estimates
The state budget for 2018-19 assumed $3.2 billion in federal CHIP funds; Congress’ failure to renew funding would create an enormous hole in Texas’ budget.
Bexar County residents seeking health insurance under Obamacare will face a shorter enrollment period and higher prices, with less sign-up support.
Under the new regulations, hundreds of thousands of women could lose birth control benefits they now receive at no cost.
Of the 20 items on the special session’s agenda, nine bills passed, including two restricting abortion access in Texas, which have been signed into law.
A crowd of 200 filled the Ella Austin Community Center Saturday afternoon for a town hall meeting centered around health care and the Affordable Care Act.
Spoiler: No one knows what the final Senate bill will look like – not even those writing it.
Worried that Republicans will unspool crucial Obamacare safeguards, Ann Justi and Don Boyer married more than six months sooner that they had planned.