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  • Report on Latinos shows Obamacare is working

    The following editorial appeared in the Sacramento Bee on Tuesday, Sept. 30: Health insurance is like health: If things generally are working, we take it for granted. Maybe that's why real-world critiques of the Affordable Care Act have come to be less...
  • Republican Walker gains in Wisconsin, Brownback struggles in Kansas

    New polls have clarified the status of some of the nation's most competitive races for governor, with Republican Gov. Scott Walker apparently gaining ground in Wisconsin and another prominent conservative Republican, Gov. Sam Brownback, receiving more bad...
  • At W&M, Deeds talks mental health policy, and Medicaid

    Medicaid expansion isn't likely in Virginia anytime soon -- and for Virginians who may be struggling with mental illness, that's a big loss, says state Sen. Creigh Deeds, D-Warm Springs. He dropped by the Peninsula the other day to participate in the...
  • Rauner, Quinn clash on Obamacare expansion ahead of president's Chicago visit

    Rauner, Quinn clash on Obamacare expansion ahead of president's Chicago visit
    Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner acknowledged Wednesday he would have vetoed legislation expanding government-subsidized Medicaid to low-income people under President Barack Obama’s signature health care law, but does not support a...
  • Obamacare Sunshine Act sheds light on $3.5B paid to doctors

     Obamacare Sunshine Act sheds light on $3.5B paid to doctors
    U.S. doctors and teaching hospitals received nearly $3.5 billion from pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers over the last five months of 2013, according to a partial set of data released Tuesday by the federal government. The data...
  • Man accused in $270,000 Medicaid fraud

    Man accused in $270,000 Medicaid fraud
    A 60-year-old man is accused of defrauding Medicaid of more than $270,000 in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, according to Florida's Attorney General. Alfonso Garcia, of Hialeah, was ordered held on a $300,000 bond Thursday when he faced Broward...
  • American Ambulance will fill in after Griswold Ambulance closes

    American Ambulance of Norwich has agreed to fill the breach created by the impending dissolution of Griswold Ambulance next month. Both town and ambulance company officials said that the agreement would go into effect when Griswold Ambulance shuts down at...
  • Republican critic of Congress challenges Alcee Hastings

    Republican critic of Congress challenges Alcee Hastings
    Voters in the 20th congressional district will choose on Nov. 4 between Alcee Hastings, a Democrat with 22 years of experience on Capitol Hill, and a Republican newcomer who scorns all of Congress. "I'm not the incumbent. I haven't given this country $18...
  • Quinn embraces Obamacare ahead of president's fundraising visit

    Quinn embraces Obamacare ahead of president's fundraising visit
    Gov. Pat Quinn wasn’t especially visible when Illinois residents were signing up for Affordable Care Act coverage last year, but on Tuesday he called getting people health coverage the “mission of a lifetime.” Three things have...
  • Medicaid policy increases rate of children receiving vital oral health care

    Medicaid policy increases rate of children receiving vital oral health care
    Children on Medicaid and their parents may have a reason to smile more: A study by University of Florida researchers shows that a Medicaid policy change in Florida and Texas that reimburses pediatricians and other medical primary care providers for...
  • Number of Latinos with insurance coverage surges under healthcare law

    Number of Latinos with insurance coverage surges under healthcare law
    The federal healthcare law has dramatically increased coverage among Latinos, according to a new report that provides a comprehensive look at the effects of the Affordable Care Act on a historically underinsured community. Overall, the percentage of...