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Federal law forces Native American children to remain in dangerous, abusive homes

Executive Summary  Better-informed physicians and payers, such as health insurance carriers, other third-party payers, and plan sponsors, can help patients gain access to a wider array of potentially effective treatment options. But federal regulations restrict physician and payer access to the most current medical information.  These regulations are related to ...

Published August 26, 2015

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The case hinges on whether a hospital assessment lawmakers approved to fund the expansion, which extended health-care coverage to more than 250,000 low-income Arizonans, is a fee, as its proponents argued, or a tax. Judge Douglas Gerlach, in his ruling, said the fee “does not qualify as a tax ...

Q: What are Education Savings Accounts? A: Education Savings Accounts are private accounts managed by parents for use on educational expenses for their child. With an account, the state deposits a portion of a child’s funds from the state education formula into a private account that parents use to ...

Published April 19, 2017

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