"We're pleased to see a new era on the horizon for Idahoans with developmental disabilities. Hopefully this settlement will bolster the voice of these Idahoans, while also permanently protecting their constitutional rights."
Idaho House Health and Welfare Committee Chairman Rep. Fred Wood (R-Burley) has indicated he expects his committee to take up the debate on Monday and the measure could hit the floor of the House as early as Tuesday, March 22.
IDHW Director Dick Armstrong told the Joint Finance Appropriations Committee on January 18 that PCAP would require nearly $48 million in state funding over two years with $18 million required in its first fiscal year.
"It's essential that everyone understands [Otter's Primary Care Access Program] would be limited to just primary care and preventative care, with basic lab, X-ray, pharmacy and limited office-based behavioral health services, depending on availability at a given clinic,"
A double execution, the State Department apologizes over its online content on Mar-a-Lago, a 12-year-old goes on a lengthy Australian drive-about and the growing possibility of a Hollywood writers strike.