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  • Hancock unit at Eastern State to lose all Medicaid funding

    Hancock unit at Eastern State to lose all Medicaid funding
    Seventy-five residents of the Hancock Geriatric Treatment Center at Eastern State Hospital in Williamsburg — average age 74, all with severe mental illness and behavioral problems, and most with complex medical issues — need to find a new...
  • Coverage worries persist amid relief over health care ruling

    Throughout the country, relief was the dominant emotion among consumers who get help from the government to lower their health insurance costs following Thursday's Supreme Court ruling upholding the subsidies underpinning President Barack Obama's health...
  • Highlights of $71B state budget heading to Ohio governor

    A look at some of the highlights contained in the state's $71.2 billion, two-year operating budget headed to the desk of Ohio Gov. John Kasich: TAXES: — Exempts first $250,000 in small business income from the state income tax and imposes 3...
  • Local ACA advocate 'thrilled' with U.S. Supreme Court decision to uphold subsidies

    Local ACA advocate 'thrilled' with U.S. Supreme Court decision to uphold subsidies
    Gaylene Kanoyton, head of Celebrate Healthcare, a Peninsula-based health advocacy group was "thrilled" with the U.S. Supreme Court's 6-3 decision upholding the premium subsidies for those purchasing health insurance through the 34 federally run state...
  • With latest Supreme Court endorsement, Obamacare appears cemented into law

    With latest Supreme Court endorsement, Obamacare appears cemented into law
    The Affordable Care Act, upheld in a decisive 6-3 Supreme Court ruling Thursday, is now virtually assured of surviving as a permanent feature of the American healthcare system. Republicans' chances of repealing the law, which provides health coverage to...
  • Supreme Court upholds Obamacare subsidies

    Supreme Court upholds Obamacare subsidies
    The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a key element of the Affordable Care Act Thursday, ruling that people in states that never established state-based exchanges still qualify for subsidized health care under the law. The decision protects subsidies for...
  • Obamacare tax subsidies upheld by Supreme Court in 6-3 vote

    The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a core component of President Barack Obama's health-care law, backing tax credits used by millions of Americans to buy insurance and preserving the landmark measure that will define his legacy. The 6-3 ruling eliminates the...
  • Noah Feldman: Roberts rightly looks to health-care law's intent

    Noah Feldman: Roberts rightly looks to health-care law's intent
    Chief Justice John Roberts just saved the Affordable Care Act — again. If you're feeling deja vu, you're not alone. As he did in 2012, Roberts defected from his conservative colleagues and joined the court's liberals in refusing to send...
  • Obamacare now reality, so expand Medicaid

    Obamacare now reality, so expand Medicaid
    On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court didn't just save health insurance for nearly 1.5 million Floridians. The court saved opponents of the Affordable Care Act from having to offer their own alternative. Had the court invalidated subsidies in states such...
  • Study says repealing 'Obamacare' would add to budget deficit

    A nonpartisan government study says repealing President Barack Obama's signature health care law would modestly increase the budget deficit and the number of uninsured Americans would rise by more than 20 million. The report from the Congressional Budget...
  • Health ruling relieves consumers; GOP states remain critical

    Thursday's Supreme Court ruling validating federal health insurance subsidies for nearly 6.4 million Americans had consumers breathing a sigh of relief that they would be able to afford their policies, but the reaction was markedly different from...