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1 hr ago | Business Journal
It might not be worth a couple hundred million dollars like the HealthCare.gov contract proved to be.
5 hrs ago | News Max
With Republicans poised to take control of the Senate, GOP lawmakers are developing a strategy to pass key bills, while steering clear of negative atmospherics that could damage their chances of capturing the presidency in 2016, The Wall Street Journal reported .
9 hrs ago | Recordpub.com
I'm just back from vacation in Europe, where, to judge from the political headlines coming out of the United States, this country had no greater care than which of its leaders would next be soaked in cold water.
The following diaries are examples of this week's Election Diary Rescue. This post features a collection of 50 diaries.
Pennsylvania became the ninth state led by a Republican governor to expand Medicaid.
A Virginia commission that invests money from a national tobacco settlement gave $21 million to an economic development group and a telephone cooperative run by family members of the commission's powerful chairman, according to a review of grants by The Associated Press.
Attorney Christina Sandefur, a senior attorney with the Goldwater Institute, is the lead attorney representing the 36 legislators who voted against the Medicaid expansion as a provision of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, during last July's special session called by Gov. Jan Brewer expressly for that purpose.
Paul Krugman writes in the New York Times about good news on the health insurance and federal budget front.
A special education teacher accused of killing her severely disabled 8-year-old daughter by withholding food and medical care could inherit nearly $1 million from the girl's trust fund - even if she's convicted.
Democrats Mark Pryor and Mike Ross took different positions on the president's federal health overhaul plan when it came before Congress four years ago.
Obamacare greatly expanded Medicaid coverage, but there is a hidden gotcha that may come back and haunt your heirs for benefits you receive from age 55-64.
One of the classic strategies for politicians caught saying embarrassing things is to use the old "there's nothing to see here, keep moving" ploy.
He says the intent of the new marketplace is to help small businesses and insurance agents deal with an increasingly complex health insurance landscape under the Affordable Care Act.
Insurers can no longer reject customers with expensive medical conditions thanks to the health care overhaul.
Timothy DeFoggi was once the acting chief of cybersecurity for the Department of Health and Human Services.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:47 am
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