Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) voted against his own amendment to provide comprehensive health insurance coverage for everyone in the United States.
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"There is no evidence that simply changing the Medicaid reimbursement threshold would sweep in any new providers, and it doesn’t change the fact that the provision itself is rooted in advancing a politically motivated social agenda."
“The notion that this session has any benefit for patients’ health and safety is nonsense, and Missourians are smart enough to know that."
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Should legislators not take measures to curb the number of people sent to prison, Gov. Mary Fallin (R) said, Oklahoma will see a 25 percent increase in its prison population over the next ten years.
We need documentaries that go further, by challenging the notion that women are just victims of the state, that abortions are primarily a sad and tragic affair, and that the only reason to care about abortion restrictions is because they affect “respectable” women who want to pursue motherhood.
The obsession with maintaining hard boundaries and a perfect sense of control creates brittle male egos that are easily shattered.