Photo of Dr. Dan Benishek, R-Michigan’s First Congressional District.
Michigan’s first congressional district is one of the most veteran-dense populations in America, yet resources are scarce for those vets, according to Congressman Dan Benishek, a republican serving the northern Michigan. Continue reading →
The state Departments of Community Health and Education are partnering to support a new approach to healthcare in northwest Michigan.
Health officials say more than half a million dollars in grant money is being used for a program in Pellston and Mancelona. It aims to integrate physical and mental health care for youth. Continue reading →
Congressman Gary Peters has filed petition signatures to put his name on the ballot. Peters is a Democrat running to succeed retiring US Senator Carl Levin. Peters’ support for the federal healthcare law has been an issue in the campaign. Peters says that’s OK with him. Continue reading →
Michigan’s Medicaid program faces a budget shortfall this year of more than $100 million dollars. That’s because a new tax on health insurance claims is not producing as much revenue as state officials expected. Continue reading →
We’re already a month into open enrollment under the new Federal Affordable Care Act, and, with new rules and glitches in the system, many people and businesses still have questions. Continue reading →