This week, the Louisville Science Center is hosting a discussion about health care, and it’s just the beginning of what officials intend to become frequent conversations about science-related issues. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. Thursday is the first event of the series the center is calling Scientific Proofs. The center has teamed up with the… Continue reading Science Center Launches Series with Health Care
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels is expressing his opposition to healthcare overhaul legislation coming up for a floor vote in the U.S. House.
A group of single-payer healthcare advocates is camped out in the lobby of the Humana building in Louisville.
A one point five million dollar donation from the chair of the University of Louisville Board of Trustees has put the school one step closer to creating a new department in the school of medicine.
The first doses of the H1N1 vaccine have arrived in Louisville.
A national tour of doctors advocating a single-payer healthcare system stopped in Louisville Tuesday.
Congressman John Yarmuth led a sometimes contentious discussion on healthcare in a town hall meeting at Central High SchoolWednesday. The meeting was Yarmuth’s first and only in-person town hall of the congressional recess.
Congressman John Yarmuth says Democrats may not need a filibuster-proof 60 vote majority to pass health care overhaul legislation through the Senate.
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
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.