If the Supreme Court follows the election returns, as one of my Political Science professors taught me, the Congress even more so.
A dozen GOP members of the House are retiring; they will be more likely to follow the path of Senators Corker and Flake and break with President Trump. Others will join their departing ranks.
As Robert Mueller draws closer to the President, these Republicans will move further away.
The Trump Administration announced on Tuesday what it called ‘a new day for Medicaid,’” the New York Times reported yesterday, “telling state health officials that the federal government would be more receptive to work requirements and other conservative policy ideas to reshape the main government health program for low-income people.”
In Maryland, we adopted a requirement that welfare applicants and recipients be screened for drug use. I worked on this with a health expert and a Republican colleague.
I have contacted a lobbyist on social welfare issues to discuss our strategy for Medicaid’s “new day.”