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Monthly archive July, 2012
Refusing Expansion Would be a Costly Mistake for Virginia

Refusing Expansion Would be a Costly Mistake for Virginia

The Virginia Poverty Law Center has joined with other advocacy groups to support the Medicaid expansion that is part of … Read more

Food Assistance Schedule Will Change in September and October

Virginians who depend on SNAP benefits (formerly known as food stamps) to buy food will have a change coming in … Read more

New Va. Law: Prenatal Care for Some Legal Immigrants Covered

By Monique Coppola, Public News Service-VA

Pregnant, low-income legal immigrants and children under the age of 19 are now eligible … Read more

New Data Shows Car Title Loans Big Business in Va.

By Michael Felberbaum, Associated Press

Virginia car title lenders doled out nearly 128,500 loans worth more than $125 million in … Read more

Va. has Tough Medicaid Choice to Make Under Health Care Law

By Michael Martz, Richmond Times-Dispatch

State Medicaid directors in the United States are looking for answers to a question they … Read more