Third-party candidates screw up Haley’s math though.
If a woman’s Medicaid application is ultimately rejected because her income is too high, Medicaid would still pay health care providers for services they provided during the time of presumptive eligibility.
Republican Gov. Tate Reeves last year vetoed a similar bill that passed both chambers with broad bipartisan support.
‘The more these groups get mobilized, the more they speak to their lawmakers, I think we will get to a place where action will be required.’
Democratic Rep. Tina Bojanowski said she sees the bill as ‘a way to push prayer into public schools,’ adding that it raises constitutional concerns.
The House GOP plan doesn’t include the guaranteed pay raises for educators and other public school employees that Gov. Beshear requested.
The auditor blamed Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s administration for ‘disorganization across facilities, and as a result, the unacceptably poor treatment of Kentucky youth.’
The text of the North Carolina Constitution doesn’t specifically identify a right to fair elections.
On the Democratic side, Attorney General Josh Stein’s gubernatorial campaign had an overwhelming monetary advantage over his four other Primary rivals.