Join us for a fun overnight trip to the Thursday, January 15, 2015 taping of Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me at the Chase Auditorium in downtown Chicago.
Trip package includes transportation via Peoria Charter, overnight accommodations at the Hampton Inn Majestic Hotel in Chicago (about a block from Chase Auditorium), your ticket to the taping, and a box lunch from Innkeepers on January 15th.
Dick Humes squinted and sweat as he moved down a row of corn. He sliced through the husk with a metal hook in his right hand, snapped the ear from its stalk with his left, and threw it over his shoulder into a wagon rolling alongside him.
Originally published on Thu March 27, 2014 10:51 pm
For years in most states, Medicaid eligibility had been limited to disabled adults, seniors needing long-term care and very low-income parents with their children.
Then along came the Affordable Care Act. It was designed to grow health insurance coverage across the board. One of its tenets was to expand Medicaid coverage beyond the extremely poor and disabled to include all adults earning up to 138 percent of federal poverty levels.
But in 2012, the Supreme Court gave states the chance to opt out Medicaid expansion.