Someone needs to look up the history of Medicare and Medicaid, and also the definition of "socialism."
While Republican governors turn off extra unemployment benefits and refuse Biden's offer on expanding Medicaid, Illinois is making Medicaid more generous and easier to get.
Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) is very upset that "able-bodied" people under the age of 55 are on Medicaid and food stamps, but his solution is simply to make things worse.
Sen. John Kennedy: We're Spending $75 Billion To Give 'Able-Bodied' People Under 55 Medicaid, Food Stamps
Sen. John Kennedy wants to do anything other than raise taxes on corporations and the rich to pay for infrastructure.
The long-term care industry is famous for abuse and neglect, and Joe Biden wants to support home care instead.
The Biden administration is ending Medicaid work requirements the previous occupiers of the executive branch foisted on the nation's working poor.
Today's theme was the Affordable Care Act, and putting it back the way it was before Trump tried to destroy it.
The president is also expected to expand Medicaid coverage.
Contradicting the conservative fairytale, 70 percent of Americans receiving federal assistance in some form or another work full time.
The White House is quite put out that Donald Trump's efforts to destroy Social Security are not being wholly embraced by American businesses.
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