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Since 2005, the Money Follows the Person (MFP) program has been instrumental in helping more than 75,000 older adults and people with disabilities transition from institutional settings back to the community. However, new funding for MFP expired in 2016, and advocates and lawmakers have been working to promote a bipartisan plan to extend funding that […]

The numbers are in, and despite cuts in marketing and advertising for ACA Insurance plans, more Missourians enrolled in a plan this year than last year. Updated figures from the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services show that 245,580 people in Missouri had enrolled by the last day of the season, reflecting a surge during […]

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It has been a tumultuous year, but Mike Parson is the new Governor of Missouri, and he has named a few key staff appointments during his first few days in office. He has also indicated, that at this time, no major changes are planned for existing cabinet level directors of major agencies. Here’s the preliminary […]

SB 563, a bill that would have removed the requirement of dual eligibility for recipients of MORx Prescription Dug Assistance payments was passed by the Missouri Senate, but failed to be brought to the floor of the Missouri House for final approval by the House Rules-Oversight Committee.  The failure of the legislature to pass this […]

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  • Jun 10 - New Governor Announces New Staff
    It has been a tumultuous year, but Mike Parson is the new Governor of Missouri, and he has named a few key staff appointments during his first few days in office. He has also indicated, that at this time, no major changes are planned for existing cabinet level directors of major agencies. Here’s the preliminary […]
  • May 25 - MORx Bill Fails To Pass Out Of House Committee
    SB 563, a bill that would have removed the requirement of dual eligibility for recipients of MORx Prescription Dug Assistance payments was passed by the Missouri Senate, but failed to be brought to the floor of the Missouri House for final approval by the House Rules-Oversight Committee.  The failure of the legislature to pass this […]
  • May 25 - Legislation Of Interest To Missouri Seniors
    Although many important bills of great importance to seniors did not survive debate in this year’s session of the Missouri Legislature, some items were truly agreed to and await the Governor’s signature. Here are a few of the items that have a direct bearing on senior health and senior-specific programs: HB 1635 – Bernskoetter – […]