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Dr. Eric Freeman: Virginia’s chance to reform ER billing

This article originally appeared in the Roanoke Times OUR MINDS are a racetrack of speeding thoughts as we ponder serious life decisions. “How much of my time will this command,” we ask ourselves as thoughts zoom by. “What does it mean for my quality of life? “How much will it[…]

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Listen to New VCHA Radio Ad on Healthcare Coverage

The Virginia Consumer Healthcare Alliance recently debuted a new radio ad. It highlights the conservative plan offered in the Virginia General Assembly to implement reforms while extending health care coverage to more hard-working, uninsured Virginians. The ad encourages state legislators, including members of the Virginia Senate, to vote “yes” in support[…]

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Medicaid Expansion Deal Struck Between Governor and House Leadership

This article originally appeared at The Republican Standard site. Today’s announcement — healthcare expansion on the basis of strong conservative reform that include work requirements — is the definition of strong conservative leadership. After years of steadfast conservative opposition to Medicaid expansion, it became clear last week that the fight[…]

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Kilgore: The next step for rebuilding Southwest Virginia’s economy

This article originally appeared in the Roanoke Times By Terry Kilgore Kilgore represents Lee County, Scott County, Norton and part of Wise County in the House of Delegates. He is a Republican. Southwest Virginia families have suffered through incredible economic challenges the past several years. The jobs in and around[…]

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What Does “Crossover” Mean?

Dear VCHA Members, Midnight on Tuesday, February 13, in the Virginia General Assembly marked a critical deadline. By then, all of the legislation passed by the House of Delegates moves to the state Senate, and all of the Senate’s legislation moves to the House. This is what is known as legislative “crossover.” This midway point in the session[…]

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