Save the Date for Give STL Day – Thursday, May 11th

Give STL Day 2017

We are very excited to be participating in Give STL Day on Thursday, May 11th. Give STL Day is a 24-hour giving event that helps hundreds of nonprofits here in the St. Louis Region.  Please save the date, spread the word, and plan to participate on Thursday, May 11th. Why support Missouri Health Care for All […]

House advances Rate Review

On a vote of 119-30, the Missouri House of Representatives passed SBs 865 & 866, which includes important Rate Review language. The bill now moves to the Senate Conference Committee. Find your legislators here: http://mohealthcareforall.org/find-your-legislators/ See how your representative voted here: http://house.mo.gov/billtracking/bills161/rollcalls/061.003.pdf   More About Rate Review: Missouri is now the only state in the country where the […]

Bill to Raise Asset Limits Passes Senate

Under current law, people with disabilities and seniors lose their Medicaid coverage if they have too much money in the bank – just $999 for an individual and $1,999 for a couple. These limits were set in 1967 and have not changed since. As a result, people with disabilities and seniors cannot save their own […]

Breaking News! Two committee victories in one day!

Fantastic news! Two of Missouri Health Care for All’s top priorities – Rate Review and Raising Asset Limits – passed out of committee this morning. Rate Review passed through the House Insurance Committee on Wednesday, April 13th- with unanimous support – and passed through the House Select Committee on Insurance the following morning – also […]

Legislative Update Call – April 2016

There are only six weeks remaining in Missouri’s 2016 Legislative Session. Join us Monday, April 11th to hear updates on the important bills we’re following this session. Join Executive Director Jen Bersdale, Deputy Director Crystal Brigman Mahaney, and meet our new Policy Director Sarah Gentry as we discuss the moving health care policies of 2016. RSVP to join us Monday, April 11th as […]