LINCOLN – Nebraska residents who qualify for expanded Medicaid under the federal health care law can start enrolling next month. Gov. Pete Ricketts is defending the state’s nearly two-year time frame to offer coverage after voters approved it. Ricketts says Nebraska will open enrollment on Aug. 1, and coverage will begin as scheduled on Oct. 1. The roll-out begins nearly two years after Nebraska voters approved a measure to expand Medicaid coverage in the November 2018 election over the objections of Ricketts and conservative groups. Nebraska lawmakers and governors repeatedly rejected attempts to expand coverage, prompting a statewide ballot campaign that won with 54% support, mostly from the Omaha and Lincoln areas.
5:30 pm Concordia University Coaches Show
Concordia University Coaches Show
Jan 21 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Concordia University Coaches Show on MAX Country 104.9 FM
1:00 pm CRC BASKETBALL Hampton VS Osceol...
CRC BASKETBALL Hampton VS Osceol...
Jan 23 @ 1:00 pm
CRC BASKETBALL Hampton VS Osceola – Girls game in Shelby. Tip off at 1:00 PM on KOOL Radio 103.5 and 95.9 FM and 1370 AM
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