Newspaper Articles – Kendall Antekeier

States Lack Power to Limit Abortion via Insurance Exchanges

As states decide whether to implement a health insurance exchange under President Obama’s health care law, the U.S.

Thirty-One Lawsuits Filed Over Contraception Mandate

Multiple states and other plaintiffs are continuing their lawsuits against President Obama’s administration over his mandate that employers provide coverage for contraception and abortifacients, de

Obama Administration’s Contraception Mandate Tramples Parental Rights

President Obama’s mandate that all employers pay for access to contraceptive services has sparked heavy criticism from religious organizations who maintain they are being forced to abandon their mo

Stupak ‘Perplexed and Disappointed’ by HHS Mandate

The legality of President Obama’s contraceptive mandate is being questioned by a former Congressman who directly aided the passage of the president’s health care law.

After Supreme Court Decision, Additional Legal Challenges Face Obamacare

The Supreme Court may have ruled the individual mandate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act constitutional, but legal challenges to the federal health care law have only just begun.

States, Religious Institutions Sue HHS Over Contraceptive Mandate

In response to the Obama administration’s federal contraceptive mandate, 43 religious institutions have now filed 12 lawsuits against the U.S.

Obama Administration Approves Wisconsin Medicaid Reforms

In accordance with standards set by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care (PPACA), the federal government has approved changes to Wisconsin’s state Medicaid program, BadgerCare.

Texas Medicaid Lawsuit Reaches Federal Appeals Court

The next step in the conflict between President Obama’s administration and the state of Texas will take place in a U.S.

Under Pressure, New York Dials Back Medicaid Audits

As Medicaid continues down a fiscally unsustainable path, states are searching for ways to lessen waste, fraud, and abuse in the system.