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  • Democrats should run on Obamacare, Bill Clinton says

    Bill Clinton encouraged Democrats to run on President Obama's healthcare law Wednesday, saying it was bringing down the cost of healthcare in the U.S. and that with 8 million people enrolled, "we’re rockin' along pretty good here." Vulnerable...
  • Health insurance reduces deaths, new Massachusetts study shows

    Health insurance reduces deaths, new Massachusetts study shows
    Giving more people health insurance could save tens of thousands of lives nationwide in the coming years, a new analysis of data from Massachusetts, whose trailblazing reforms became the model for President Obama’s health law, suggests. Throughout...
  • Massachusetts study suggests health insurance saves lives

    Giving more people health insurance could save tens of thousands of lives nationwide, according to a new analysis of data from Massachusetts, whose reforms became the model for President Obama's health law. Throughout the national debate over the...
  • Ask Kim: Should I buy a partnership-eligible long-term-care policy?

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance I'm interested in a long-term-care policy that would let me protect more of my assets if I eventually need to rely on Medicaid to pay for care. I've heard that partnership-eligible policies let you do exactly that. How do...
  • Anne Marie Murphy, breast cancer task force director

    Anne Marie Murphy, breast cancer task force director
    After Anne Marie Murphy came to the United States from her native Ireland to earn her doctorate in molecular genetics from Johns Hopkins University, she planned to "become an academician," she said. Volunteering at a clinic for domestic abuse victims...
  • Bolling calls for compromise, and study shows premiums lower Medicaid enrollment

    A couple of things to call your attention to today on Virginia's Medicaid expansion debate: Former Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling penned an op-ed that ran over the Memorial Day weekend in the Times-Dispatch. "The time for making points and picking fights is...
  • Former assistant AGs: Frosh has the judgment, experience to be attorney general [Letter]

    Former assistant AGs: Frosh has the judgment, experience to be attorney general [Letter]
    Each of us has had the privilege of serving as second in command of the Maryland Attorney General's Office. We've seen first hand how important the office is to citizens and businesses in Maryland, and we know that state Sen. Brian Frosh has the judgment,...
  • New mental health chief learning Virginia's system

    New mental health chief learning Virginia's system
    Debra K. Ferguson started work as commissioner of Virginia's Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services on April 28, filling the post left by the retirement of James W. Stewart III earlier this year. "I'm new to Virginia. I have a lot to...
  • Health exchange enrollment continues to tick up

    Health exchange enrollment continues to tick up
    The Maryland health exchange reported that more than 343,000 people have gained coverage through the online marketplace as of May 10, including some people who reported having trouble with the website and signed up after the official enrollment period...
  • Medicaid expansion is the final battle in war over Obamacare

    The final battles of any war often are the bloodiest. They're waged by the last holdouts, dead-enders desperate to prove to themselves and their dwindling followers that their efforts were not in vain. The final battle of the war over the Affordable...
  • More Marylanders going to the hospital with insurance

    More Marylanders going to the hospital with insurance
    Significantly fewer people have been going to Maryland hospitals this year without health insurance, according to new data provided to The Baltimore Sun by state officials, who now say the rates that hospitals charge will rise more slowly for everyone....