Gov. John Kasich enjoyed a good week following the release of new numbers from Quinnipiac University showing a plurality of Ohioans support him and think his final term will be good for the state. Following the release of his executive budget, which at $72.3 billion dwarfs any previous state budget, Gov. Kasich, a bottom-dweller on a list of potential GOP candidates who want to run for president in 2016, has been on the offensive around Ohio to defend his pricey budget. The biggest spending package by far, the governor’s third budget took quick flack from Democrats and from a […]Full Story... →
Hundreds of thousands of Ohioans became eligible under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to access federal subsidies for private healthcare company premiums, but they could find those high-cost premium teeth biting into them again if the U.S. Supreme Court rules later this year that states like Ohio, which let the federal government run its healthcare marketplace, can no longer participate.
Burwell v King, the case the high court will hear March 4, would only allow the 13 states who set up their own healthcare care to continue to enjoy continued relief from ever-rising private healthcare policies. When OhioNewsBureau […]Full Story... →
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