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On this Memorial Day weekend, as we remember with deepest gratitude the sacrifice of America's military heroes, we also offer our thoughts and prayers for the victims of the Oklahoma tragedy. I've dedicated a half-dozen columns to the single most...
The state's new health insurance exchange gave an encouraging preview Thursday of the sweeping effects that the 2010 federal healthcare law will have on consumers next year, announcing lower-than-expected prices for individual policies. Still, the success...
So this is what socialism looks like: Private companies competing for people's business in an open marketplace. Californians got their first glimpse Thursday of what insurers plan to charge for coverage to be offered next year to about 5 million state...
Reuters* With no clear front-runner, Republicans jockey for position * Senator Paul seeks to show his appeal is broad enough * For Republicans, generational and ideological change looms By Samuel P. Jacobs CONCORD, New Hampshire, May 24 (Reuters) - Seeking...
For more than two years, GOP lawmakers have sought - and failed - to find a scandal to take down the presidency of Barack Obama. It's not been for lack of trying. There was Solyndra, an expensive, failed effort to underwrite a firm promising solar...
Tags: Republican Party, Elections, Taxation, Judges, Barack Obama
Amid anxiety over rising costs from the federal healthcare law, California received better-than-expected insurance rates for a new state-run marketplace, but many consumers still won't be spared from sharply higher premiums. Three years after...
As reported by ModernHealthcare.com on Thursday, May 23, 2013: "After 30 hours of debate over a three-week period, the Senate Judiciary Committee has passed a bipartisan immigration bill that would seek to strengthen the country's healthcare workforce...
McClatchy Washington BureauWASHINGTON Marijuana is the drug most often linked to crime in the United States, the U.S. drug czar said Thursday, dismissing calls for legalization as a "bumper-sticker approach" that should be avoided. Gil Kerlikowske, the White House director of...
The Hartford CourantConnectiCare Benefits Inc. submitted its proposed rates for individual and small-group health plans that will be sold starting in October on the state's public health exchange, Access Health CT, for coverage next year. ConnectiCare is proposing a base...
The answer is "no" for three reasons. First, Republicans never had any intention of letting the president have any legislative "wins." Sen. Toomey made that clear after his party refused to support his bipartisan bill for more background checks for gun...
ReutersBOWDOINHAM, Maine (Reuters) - Maine's Democratic-controlled legislature on Thursday passed a bill to expand access to its Medicaid program as outlined by the Affordable Care Act, setting up a showdown with the state's Republican governor, who...
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