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  1. GOP Women's Recruitment Effort Adapts for 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Roll Call

    Project GROW was launched in 2013 to try to elect more GOP women to Congress. But with the historic Republican majority in the House, the effort has a big challenge to address in its second cycle: limited room to grow.

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  2. ACA ruling provides clarity for many AmericansRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Lebanon Democrat

    The future of health care has been a debate in this country for a long, long time, and it finally came to a resolution this week when the Supreme Court voted 6-3 to allow the poor and middle class to receive subsidies to pay for the cost of health insurance. We see both sides of the Obamacare debate.

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  3. ICD-TEN Act reasonable and responsibleRead the original story

    Saturday | The Hill

    ... Medicare program. While a number of legislative solutions have now been offered up in Congress, Representative Diane Black's Increasing Clarity for Doctors by Transitioning Effectively Now (ICD-TEN) Act, H.R. 2247, is a commonsense approach that ...

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  4. After Court Victory, Obama Asks GOP To Work With Him To Improve Health CareRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    President Barack Obama called on Republicans Wednesday to find a bipartisan way to fix problems in the nation's health care system rather than continue to fight over the health law. "Part of what I'm hoping is with the Supreme Court case now behind us what we can do is a focus on how we can make it even better because it's not as if we've solved all the problems in our health care system," Obama said in remarks at an elementary school in Nashville, Tenn.

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  5. "The President has picked the wrong location to take a victory lap on ...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Bloomberg

    ... and my conservative colleagues and I will not relent in the fight to fully repeal Obamacare," Representative Diane Black, a Tennessee Republican, said in a statement. Tennessee has been one of the president's favorite Republican-led states to visit ...

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  6. Obama Asks GOP To Work With Him To Improve Health CareRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    President Barack Obama called on Republicans Wednesday to find a bipartisan way to fix problems in the nation's health care system rather than continue to fight over the health law. "Part of what I'm hoping is with the Supreme Court case now behind us what we can do is a focus on how we can make it even better because it's not as if we've solved all the problems in our health care system," Obama said in remarks at an elementary school in Nashville, Tenn.

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  7. Inside the Beltway: Hillary Clinton's July Fourth fundraising blitzRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Washington Times

    So the nation's birthday is coming up. What better time than to raise a cool million or two in the name of 2016? That appears to be the plan for Hillary Rodham Clinton 's presidential campaign this week, which features five major fundraisers in four states in the days leading up to July 4. The Founding Fathers might have puzzled over the wealth and scope of Hillary for America events in New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and finally New Hampshire on Friday, the eve of the patriotic holiday.

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  8. Officials react to same-sex marriageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Lebanon Democrat

    While some state same-sex couples celebrated the U.S. Supreme Court decision Friday that outlawed states from banning same-sex marriages, state and local leaders were busy reacting and planning. Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery released his statement and said although he didn't agree with the decisions, he would make sure the state obliged.

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  9. Obamacare Stands; What's Next for Retailers?Read the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | CSP

    Obamacare stands. The Supreme Court's recent ruling in the King v. Burwell litigation removes one of the last roadblocks to enforcement of the law and means that come 2016, all larger employers will need to offer insurance coverage.

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  10. Petition Calls on President Obama to Protect Physicians From Impending ICD-10 Financial CrisisRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Freshnews

    Greatly concerned about the potential for a devastating financial crisis due to the changeover to ICD-10, Silicon Valley, Ca-based PracticeSuite has written a petition asking President Obama to issue a series of three executive orders designed to mitigate the impact on small physician practices. The software maker has posted the petition on its website and is asking small healthcare organizations around the country to sign it.

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  11. Obama Taking ACA Victory Tour to Tennessee, Where 28,000 Lost Insurance CoverageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Townhall

    The Supreme Court gave President Obama a reason to be giddy about the status of his signature health care legislation on Friday, upholding Obamacare subsidies for individuals living in states without state based Obamacare exchanges. He promptly held a presser at the White House, beaming that the Affordable Care Act was " here to stay ."

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  12. Officials react to Obamacare rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Lebanon Democrat

    In reaction that largely went along party lines, Tennessee's Republicans were angered and Democrats were delighted when the U.S. Supreme Court again ruled the Affordable Care Act constitutional by a 6-3 vote in what might be the law's last major judicial challenge. The ruling allows the federal government to provide nationwide tax subsidies to help poor and middle-class people buy health insurance.

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  13. Access to Medicare Act Would Protect Seniors from Obamacare's 15 Unelected BureaucratsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Townhall

    Obamacare's Independent Payment Advisory Board is a panel of 15 unelected health care experts chosen by the president who have the authority to cut Medicare spending without congressional approval. This rationing of health coverage, concerned legislators argue, puts seniors at risk as it places bureaucrats in the middle of their cherished doctor-patient relationships.

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  14. DC Rep Blasts Republicans Over Opposition To 'Anti-Discrimination' BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | The Daily Caller

    The District of Columbia Delegate in Congress blasted her Republican colleagues in the House Tuesday for their opposition to a D.C. law they say would force businesses to hire employees opposed to their religious views. For the second time this year, Del.

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  15. In Tennessee, Hospitals Want Obamacare, Senators Don'tRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Bloomberg

    Some of the nation's biggest hospital chains stand to lose hundreds of millions of dollars if the justices invalidate the subsidies. Yet they haven't been able to make the state's Republicans budge.

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  16. Proposed Budget Cuts Title X Funding to Abortion ProvidersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Cybercast News Service

    ... 2010 and 2012. It received $201 million from the Title X family planning program. In January, Representative Diane Black (R-TN) and Senator David Vitter (R-LA) introduced the Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act in the House and Senate, ...

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  17. Blacks honored with Regents AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Macon County Times

    The award presentation, from left: Warren Nichols, TBR vice chancellor for community colleges; John Morgan, TBR chancellor; Emily Reynolds, TBR vice chair; Dr. David Black; Congressman Diane Black; Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president; and Karen Mitchell, Vol State vice president for Resource Development. The award presentation, from left: Warren Nichols, TBR vice chancellor for community colleges; John Morgan, TBR chancellor; Emily Reynolds, TBR vice chair; Dr. David Black; Congressman Diane Black; Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president; and Karen Mitchell, Vol State vice president for Resource Development.

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  18. Blacks honored with Regents AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Macon County Times

    The award presentation, from left: Warren Nichols, TBR vice chancellor for community colleges; John Morgan, TBR chancellor; Emily Reynolds, TBR vice chair; Dr. David Black; Congressman Diane Black; Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president; and Karen Mitchell, Vol State vice president for Resource Development. The award presentation, from left: Warren Nichols, TBR vice chancellor for community colleges; John Morgan, TBR chancellor; Emily Reynolds, TBR vice chair; Dr. David Black; Congressman Diane Black; Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president; and Karen Mitchell, Vol State vice president for Resource Development.

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  19. Critics Blast Obamacare Privacy PracticesRead the original story

    Monday Jun 15 | Lucianne.com

    Critics blasted the White House for perceived privacy gaps in the Affordable Care Act on Monday. Representative Diane Black is concerned about the possible breaches of privacy caused by Multidimensional Insurance Data Analytics System , a storage system for Obamacare participant's personal information.

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  20. Week ahead: House poised to repeal ObamaCare taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | The Hill

    The House is scheduled to vote on bills repealing parts of ObamaCare, even as lawmakers keep a tense watch for the Supreme Court's decision on the law's subsidies. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy announced in his memo for June that the chamber will turn its attention to two ObamaCare elements that some members of both parties agree should be dropped.

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