Top Of The Morning: November 8, 2012
Union Station seeks an OK for tax credits. Kansas mails out packets to enroll in KanCare. A new exhibit featuring artists' take on healthcare opens at the Spencer Museum of Art in Lawrence.
Union Station Wants Tax Credits For Upgrades
Union Station's board of directors says the 98-year-old landmark has turned the corner financially and it's time for some improvements and $5 million in tax credit would help out. Learn more here.
KanCare Enrollment Packets Mailing Soon
Kansans whose health insurance is provided through the Medicaid and HealthWave programs will soon begin receiving a very important mailing. Read more here.
An Artistic Take On Health Care
The state of health care in the U.S. was at the top of the list of concerns many Americans took to the voting booths this week. Though the country is divided about how to fix it, there are a multitude of shared experiences being addressed by a new exhibit at the Spencer Museum of Art in Lawrence called The Drop-In/Pop-Up Waiting Room Project. Read more about and see part of the exhibit here.