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11 min ago | ThinkProgress
The states that have worked to implement Obamacare's key provisions have seen a greater drop in their uninsurance rates than the states that have resisted health reform, according to a new Gallup poll released on Wednesday.
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11 min ago | Politico
States that have expanded Medicaid and opened their own exchanges have seen a higher rate of decline in the number of uninsured, compared to other states, a new poll shows.
3 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News
Contrary to all the claims being made by the liberal socialist professors and pundits, the wage earner is the only loser in this minimum wage increase.
Companies across the U.S. from Texas to the District of Columbia and Nebraska are struggling to fill positions with metropolitan jobless rates below the 5.2 percent to 5.6 percent level the Federal Reserve regards as full employment nationally.
A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., is debating a challenge to a provision of the Affordable Care Act that could completely destroy the law's stated goal of offering affordable health insurance coverage.
A plan, now stealthily making its way through state legislatures with astonishing speed, would junk the Electoral College and award the presidency to the winner of the popular vote.
No matter when your license expires, you're going to have to get a new one if you're licensed in the District of Columbia.
On April 16, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery in the District of Columbia.
That's not to say students, teachers, administrators or school boards are any worse than they have been in past.
Join thousands of event goers on April 16th to commemorate the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia.
On a national level, the survey shows a dramatic increase in facility based care, such as an assisted living facility or nursing home, while the cost to receive care at home through homemaker services or a home health aide is rising at a moderate growth rate.
William D. Adams, of Maine, to be Chairperson of the National Endowment for the Humanities for a term of four years, vice James A. Leach, resigned.
High state minimum wages increased unemployment by 747,700 workers, says Ben Gitis, a policy analyst at the American Action Forum.
Major projects moved ahead throughout the mid-Atlantic states in 2013, thanks in large part to significant investment in heavy civil, power and industrial projects.
Peter Zeidenberg is a lawyer with DLA Piper . He was a federal prosecutor from 1991 to 2007 and spent 11 years at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia.