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  • White House reassessing Obamacare enrollment goal for 2015

    The Obama administration, which is scrambling to prepare a new push to enroll Americans in health coverage under the federal health law, is reassessing how many more people will sign up, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell said Wednesday.
  • Oracle sues Oregon over botched Obamacare exchange

    The legal battle over Oregon's dysfunctional health insurance exchange officially began this week when Oracle Corp. sued the state agency operating the exchange, alleging breach of contract and accusing Gov. John Kitzhaber of attempting to...

    Thank Hobby Lobby for showing why we need single-payer healthcare

    To the editor: When the Supreme Court handed down its Hobby Lobby decision, I was glad — glad because it would be the start of our country realizing how insane it is to link business and healthcare. ("The Hobby Lobby case proves the necessity of...

    Medi-Cal backlog hits 900,000 as computer problems persist

    Medi-Cal backlog hits 900,000 as computer problems persist
    Around 900,000 Medi-Cal applicants statewide -- 300,000 of them in Los Angeles County -- are still awaiting final processing of their applications, state and local officials said Wednesday. The state backlog grew by 100,000 during the month of April, as...

    Younger Americans warm somewhat to Obamacare, poll shows

    Younger Americans warm somewhat to Obamacare, poll shows
    WASHINGTON -- As the deadline approaches for enrolling in Obamacare health coverage this year, younger Americans have warmed somewhat to the president’s healthcare law, but Latinos remain closely split over it. Those findings from a large-scale...