The new carrot to entice Democrats to vote for a temporary spending bill to keep the federal government operating came as prospects for a deal to protect undocumented immigrants who were brought here illegally as children.
A Republican bill to repeal Obamacare and redistribute federal funds in block grants would take money from 34 states — including Nevada — over the first seven years, according to an analysis released Wednesday.
A last-ditch Republican bill to repeal Obamacare was still short of GOP votes Monday and faced increased opposition from Democrats like Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, who said the legislation would take Nevada “backwards.”
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto spoke at a news conference Friday at the University Medical Center in Las Vegas to highlight a new report by the Nevada Institute for Children’s Research & Policy.
Forty-five percent of state residents favor the Affordable Care Act, popularly referred to as Obamacare, while 37 percent think it’s a bad idea.
Most of Nevada’s hospitals are struggling to make the grade when it comes to patient safety, according to a new report by a national health-care watchdog that placed the state near the bottom of its rankings.