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Talanei Headlines

Governor & American Samoa Medicaid applaud

Thursday, September 19
The Office of the Governor and the Medicaid agency applaud the passage of the Continuing Resolution (CR) passed by Congress September 18 that contained the extender of the 100% FMAP... Read More at Talanei.com.

Mediciad 100% waiver extended 8 weeks

Thursday, September 19
American Samoa’s 100-percent federal Medicaid match will be extended for another eight-weeks. KHJ News Washington DC correspondent Matt Kaye reports, a stop-gap spending bill to fund... Read More at Talanei.com.

Medicaid now covers accommodations for NZ referrals

Thursday, September 19
Medicaid Director, Sandra King Young, relayed to Governor Lolo M. Moliga the wonderful news that after 3 months of negotiations, CMS has approved American Samoa’s request to do cost... Read More at Talanei.com.

Museum building & Manu Samoa donation questioned

Thursday, September 19
Funding for the new museum building which was dedicated last month came under the microscope during review of the Governor’s Special Programs budget yesterday, The chairman of the joint... Read More at Talanei.com.

Medicaid funding boost in holding pattern

Thursday, September 19
A huge Medicaid funding boost for American Samoa is not ready yet to come to the House floor, though talks are said to be moving ahead on compromise legislation with... Read More at Talanei.com.

DOI awards grant to combat invasive trees

Thursday, September 19
American Samoa is receiving $239,923 to remove large populations of the African tulip (Spathodea campanulate) and the Panama rubber tree (Castilla The trees are both widely recognized as destructive... Read More at Talanei.com.