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spoke out in opposition to the draft Thursday saying it was a slightly better version of the House-passed ACHA but still will make health care unaffordable for North Dakotans and Americans in general"This isn’t who we are as a country" Heitkamp said in a statement "And it isn’t who I am as a North Dakotan"A Center for American Progress analysis estimated the House ACHA would eliminate health coverage for 30100 North DakotansNorth Dakota Republican Rep Kevin Cramer voted for the ACHAThe CBO report on the ACHA estimated it would cut Medicaid funding by about $800 million over a decadeMinnesota’s DFL Sens Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken both spoke against the Senate draft ThursdayHoeven said Democrats’ attacks on Medicaid reductions do not take into account the Republican draft proposal to expand the pool of those eligible for tax credits to pay off high premiums"It’s just not covering low-income people with Medicaid it’s coordinating between Medicaid and the refundable tax credit" Hoeven saidThe ACHA based refundable tax credits on age but the Senate version would base tax credits on age and income Hoeven said he believes low-income people will have their high premiums offset by tax credits while high-income people will experience more robust competition in a more open market that will lower premiums"The idea is you want more competition" Hoeven said Hoeven said he is concerned about reductions in funding to Medicaid but said the way Medicaid is funded should be reversed to pre-ACA conditions Under the ACA the federal government provided states that expanded Medicaid with at least 90 percent of their costsHoeven said this model is unsustainable and needs to be changed to a per capita limit based on how much federal funding had previously gone into each state’s Medicaid system"I want to make sure and I’m still working on it as we move to the per capita cap approach that it works for the states and health care providers so that folks do have access to Medicaid" Hoeven told the HeraldHoeven said he hopes work going forward on Senate bill will be done through open committeesCourt documents said a family advocacy treatment manager at the base reported suspected abuse by Donna Mae Anderson 21 of Mekinock NDAnderson allegedly showed "aggressive behavior" toward a 3-year-old boy on June 6 an affidavit for her arrest said Video footage showed her grabbing the boy forcing him to sit on her lap and grabbing his face to force him to look at her according to court documents She told an investigator she normally wouldn’t pick the boy up like that but was "a little irritated with him" and grabbed his face to get him to listen because he’s easily distracted the affidavit saidAnderson then appears on video to be frustrated with the boy and intentionally hits him with a food cart to get her point across the affidavit said The boy stumbled backward and fell down after being hit the report saidPolice said Anderson was deeply saddened after watching the videos and expressed regret She said in her written statement "I do not intend to ever act like that again"Anderson is scheduled to appear in court Monday afternoonIf convicted she could face up to 10 years in prison and a $20000 fine which played a major part in the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby decision that allowed companies to opt out of a requirement to cover contraceptives to female employees under the Affordable Care Act for religious reasons.Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu and leader of Opposition YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Thursday congratulated Ram Nath Kovind on his election as the 14th President of India. said the suspected crook, one of the hardest parts about being a guest is having to rock up with a gift. I wasnt.) TIME Asia Editor Zoher Abdoolcarim spoke to Mahathir on June 2 about Najib and the scandal that has transfixed a nation.

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