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  • Gaetz tries to re-kindle Medicaid expansion talks with feds

    Gaetz tries to re-kindle Medicaid expansion talks with feds
    TALLAHASSEE -- With HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius stepping down, Florida Senate President Don Gaetz is trying to measure her repalcement's interest in negotiating alternatives to the Medicaid-expansion component of the federal health-care law. "As you...
  • Haar: State's Final Obamacare Tally Shows Good First Year, Much More Needed

    The final numbers are in for Connecticut residents signing up for health care at Access Health CT, the state's exchange under the Affordable Care Act. Results for people who met the March 31 deadline show the agency exceeded its goals with a...
  • Md. exchange enrolls nearly 329,000 in health plans

    Md. exchange enrolls nearly 329,000 in health plans
    Nearly 329,000 people have enrolled in insurance through the Maryland health exchange, officials reported Friday. As of April 15, 262,619 people have gained Medicaid coverage and 66,203 enrolled in a private plan sold on the exchange website. Open...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Maryland wraps up late enrollment on its health exchange

    Maryland wraps up late enrollment on its health exchange
    Maryland's health exchange officials say they have contacted all 18,000 people who reported having trouble signing up for insurance through the state's online marketplace before the end of open enrollment in April and added 7,500 people to the rolls....
  • Chan Lowe: What the Legislature didn't do

    Chan Lowe: What the Legislature didn't do
    Mercifully, the 2014 Florida Legislative Session has come to a close before it could do further harm, and Gov. Scott and the leaders of state government are loudly congratulating one another on a job well done.   If what our lawmakers wanted was to...
  • Don't believe Republican rhetoric about shrinking government

    The 2014 legislative session wrapped up last week in Tallahassee with the usual orgy of self-congratulation. The Republicans who control the House, Senate and governor's mansion all praised themselves for their wonderful work, underwhelming as it was....
  • Found: The lamest anti-Obamacare column of all (thus far)

    As we've recently observed, conservative opponents of the Affordable Care Act have pulled out the stops to paint the law as an unmitigated disaster--notwithstanding its documented gains in health insurance coverage for millions of Americans nationwide....
  • Long term care update: Is 90 the new 70?

    Americans are getting older. A new U.S. Census Bureau report projects that roughly one in five Americans (about 21 percent) will be 65 years old and up by 2050, compared with just 13 percent in 2010 and less than 10 percent in 1970. Taking a longer view,...