Talk of healthcare reform is everywhere these days. Newscasters, bloggers, pundits, commentators, and your great-aunt Sally are all talking about it and weighing in with their opinions. But in the end, what matters most is what they are saying in Washington—in the White House and on Capitol Hill. Tuesday we will talk with Congressman John Yarmuth to find out what our own representative is saying about health care reform and where the debate will go after the congressional recess. Listen to the Show
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is working with Congressman John Yarmuth and Governor Steve Beshear to apply for federal relief funds for this week’s flood.
3rd District Congressman John Yarmuth says this month’s congressional recess will give the House time to resolve differences on healthcare reform legislation with each other and with their constituents.
Earlier this month, President Obama called on Congress to tackle the issue of health care reform this year. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi predicted there could be a bill under consideration in her chamber by the end of July.
WFPL’s Gabe Bullard has been speaking to some local officials about why health care is so expensive, and what kind of legislation might emerge from Capitol Hill.
Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville has received $390,000 in federal funds.
Since Congressman John Yarmuth’s last visit to our studio, he’s won reelection, started working with a new congress and new president, dealt with economic woes and stimulus bills – and those are just the things that make news. Listen to the Show
Since Congressman John Yarmuth’s last visit to our studio, he’s won reelection, started working with a new congress and new president, dealt with economic woes and stimulus bills. And those are just the things that make news. Listen to the Show
Congressman John Yarmuth of Louisville says he’s looking forward to a spirited debate over President Obama’s proposed budget for the next fiscal year.
A Louisville-based program that provides protective services for senior citizens could soon be the model for a nation-wide system for abuse prevention.
Congressman John Yarmuth will travel back to Washington on Monday after spending a week in his district.