Since July 1966, Medicaid has provided a safety net for the nation’s and states’ most vulnerable citizens, columnist W.K. Warren writes. The governor’s proposal to add for-profit managed care organizations to adjudicate the provision of care compromises the Medicaid program and should not be allowed.
My conservative values also lead me to support the For the People Act — the comprehensive voting rights and democracy reform legislation now pending in the Senate after being passed by the Democratic-majority House, albeit without a single GOP vote, writes columnist Eric Carlson. I truly believe that conservative values make the strongest case for this bill.
Unfortunately, one piece of the Tulsa Race Massacre story is still slighted in the telling, columnist Daniel Levinson Wilk writes. The encounter in an elevator that sparked the massacre is vital to understanding the racial discomfort some of us still feel in confined urban spaces.