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  • Chamber backs away from latest McAuliffe Medicaid proposal

    Chamber backs away from latest McAuliffe Medicaid proposal
    A key ally in Gov. Terry McAuliffe's push to expand health insurance for low-income Virginians is breaking with the governor's latest effort to launch a pilot project. In a letter to state Senate and House of Delegates budget negotiators, Virginia...
  • Quinn pulls end run on lawmakers to save top aides' jobs

    Quinn pulls end run on lawmakers to save top aides' jobs
    SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn pulled an end run on state lawmakers to salvage the jobs of two Cabinet members and dodge a short-term showdown with African-American and Latino lawmakers whose support he needs to win re-election this fall. The...
  • California will log off some Obamacare applicants as website slows

    California will log off some Obamacare applicants as website slows
    Facing a flood of interest, the Covered California exchange plans to prevent some consumers from finishing their Obamacare enrollment so others can start the sign-up process to meet Monday's deadline. Californians were waiting in line for hours Monday...
  • Health Insurance Enrollment Surges On Last Day To Sign Up

    Health Insurance Enrollment Surges On Last Day To Sign Up
    NEW BRITAIN — A Main Street corner shop offered a commodity apparently worth the two-hour wait on Monday: health insurance. Dozens of people packed the retail storefront for Access Health CT, Connecticut's public health exchange. They were in...
  • April 1 Letters: John Ragin, Medicaid expansion

    The Daily Press March 28 front page screamed: "Dangerous black man!"You didn't need to fill the half page above the fold with a full color photo of John Ragin. Granted, this was an editorial decision catering to the hundreds of readers following the...
  • Busy website, long lines mark health-care deadline

    Busy website, long lines mark health-care deadline
    From Florida to California, hundreds of thousands of Americans endured long lines and balky websites as they rushed to beat Monday's deadline to start enrolling in coverage under President Barack Obama's health-care law. The final tally from the first...
  • McAuliffe: House GOP rebuffed offer of tax cut for Medicaid expansion

    McAuliffe: House GOP rebuffed offer of tax cut for Medicaid expansion
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe told a high-powered group of health-care advocates last week that House Republicans had rejected a suggestion to tie a business tax cut to an expansion of health insurance coverage for poor Virginians, sources told the Daily Press....
  • Last call: Open enrollment for Obamacare ends midnight Monday

    Last call: Open enrollment for Obamacare ends midnight Monday
    Six months after sign-ups began in a historic overhaul, Monday marks the end of open enrollment for Obamacare coverage this year. Californians trying to sign up at the last minute are likely to encounter numerous delays applying on a state website or...
  • Many newly insured still face health coverage upheaval

    WASHINGTON As procrastinators rushed to buy health insurance Monday by the Affordable Care Act's official enrollment deadline, new research estimates that about half of those with subsidized coverage obtained from federal or state marketplaces will lose...
  • Covered California Q&A: Is Monday still the deadline to enroll?

    Covered California Q&A: Is Monday still the deadline to enroll?
    Many Californians are confused by Obamacare, and news this week about changing enrollment deadlines may be giving people an even bigger headache. Here are some answers to common questions as the final days tick down for enrollment under the Affordable...
  • Commonwealth Institute says local governments could save big through Medicaid expansion

    There’s another group of governments with savings at state in expanding Medicaid – city and county governments, according to The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis, a non profit policy group that’s been supporting moves to expand...