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  • McAuliffe: Senate will sustain my vetoes

    RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed the state budget during the weekend and made a series of budget vetoes official. Then he told a room full of Democrats assembled for the party's annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner that the state Senate will...
  • Troubled health exchange must continue to serve

    Troubled health exchange must continue to serve
    Pregnant and about to lose her health insurance, Genevieve Acker was eager to buy new coverage on the Maryland health exchange. But seven weeks after she picked plans on the Maryland Health Connection, she remained without insurance cards for herself,...
  • Weighing Maryland's switch to Connecticut vs. federal health exchange

    Weighing Maryland's switch to Connecticut vs. federal health exchange
    Since Maryland health exchange officials decided to replace their troubled website with technology used in Connecticut, critics have asked whether it would be cheaper and less risky to join the federal website. Democratic U.S. Rep. John Delaney, among...
  • Feedback: Living Here, Medicaid fraud, Flag Day, stormwater and more

    •Ed, Poquoson: I liked this year's version of Living Here better than most except it's worth mentioning that our NASA Langley managed the first successful spacecraft to land on Mars (Viking) and still the only one to search for evidence for life...
  • Read Gov. McAuliffe's budget vetoes

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed the state's 2015-16 budget. His line-item veto messages are pasted below. There's one new one, which wasn't mentioned Friday, at the bottom. It deals with how much information the executive branch must provide to the...
  • Can we finally agree that Obamacare is working?

    At the end of a war, some people will remain holed up in the trees, thinking they can still turn the tide of a lost cause. Increasingly, that's the best description of the anti-Obamacare dead-enders, including congressional Republicans, who continue to...
  • Virginia tops in controlling Medicaid fraud

    Virginia tops in controlling Medicaid fraud
    For a second time Virginia has taken top honors in the nation for its work eliminating waste and intercepting Medicaid fraud. The Office of the Inspector General presented the award Wednesday to Randy Clouse, director of the Virginia Medicaid Fraud...
  • Number of uninsured in Los Angeles could drop 57% by 2016, study finds

    Number of uninsured in Los Angeles could drop 57% by 2016, study finds
    The number of uninsured residents in Los Angeles could drop 57% by 2016 as a result of the federal health law's expansion of coverage, according to a new report. The study released Thursday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation predicts that the...
  • Closing of health centers causes patients to scramble

    Closing of health centers causes patients to scramble
    When Will Boyd arrived Wednesday at the People's Community Health Center's Brooklyn Park clinic, he was furious to learn that the center will close at the end of the month. The 63-year-old has two broken teeth needing repair and said he was told he...
  • Most with Obamacare were previously uninsured, new survey finds

    About 4.5 million of the 8 million Americans who signed up for health insurance on marketplaces created by the new federal healthcare law did not previously have insurance, according to a national survey that provides the most detailed look to date at who...
  • 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,...