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Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
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  • New Senate polls offer three lessons and some hope for Democrats

    WASHINGTON — Three lessons jump out from the latest round of polling on key U.S. Senate races. First, just as Democrats have been saying, their endangered incumbent in Arkansas, Sen. Mark Pryor, is doing better than analysts in Washington had...
  • Letter: Civility and facts go hand in hand

    Re: “Reasons for the Obama protest,” Mailbag, April 17.¬† A caricature of the president of the United States as Hitler is not a “protest” and it's the opposite of patriotism. Why defend the indefensible? We can disagree without...
  • Conservative group apologizes for post-Aurora photo in campaign ad

    The oeuvre of political advertising — and let’s, for a moment, let that affectation slide by — includes a number of reliable standbys. There is the homey and heart-warming family montage, intended to humanize a candidate; the...
  • Senate panel OKs Sylvia Mathews Burwell as health secretary

    Senate panel OKs Sylvia Mathews Burwell as health secretary
    A Senate panel Wednesday recommended approval of President Obama’s pick to oversee implementation of the Affordable Care Act, all but assuring Sylvia Mathews Burwell’s confirmation as the next secretary of Health and Human Services. Eight...
  • Critics call Obama funding plan for health insurer losses a 'bailout'

    Critics call Obama funding plan for health insurer losses a 'bailout'
    The Obama administration has quietly adjusted key provisions of its signature healthcare law to potentially make billions of additional taxpayer dollars available to the insurance industry if companies providing coverage through the Affordable Care Act...
  • U.S. prosecutors investigate Oregon's failed health insurance exchange

    The U.S. attorney’s office in Portland has issued subpoenas to Oregon’s health insurance exchange as part of a grand jury investigation into the spectacular failure of the state’s system, which was never able to enroll consumers online...
  • Gansler sharpens attacks on Brown

    Gansler sharpens attacks on Brown
    Democrat Douglas F. Gansler sharpened his public attacks against rival Anthony G. Brown, charging Wednesday that his chief political opponent "did absolutely nothing" during his tenure as lieutenant governor and failed at the two main tasks he was given....
  • Vets group slams Gansler over 'real job' comment

    Vets group slams Gansler over 'real job' comment
    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler disparaged Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's military service, drawing outrage from a veterans group Monday as the two top Democrats contending for the governor's mansion clashed over Brown's work history. A political action...
  • Saslaw hits Republicans on bill he killed

    There was an odd moment during yesterday's veto session when House Republicans killed off a piece of legislation they had supported in overwhelming numbers a few months before. Then Democrats complained, despite having killed the bill themselves in March....
  • Beating the dead horse called Benghazi [Commentary]

    Beating the dead horse called Benghazi [Commentary]
    After endlessly trying to repeal and replace "Obamacare," the GOP has come up empty-handed. The health-care law appears to be gaining more public acceptance. So congressional Republicans are doing what they can to revive another old hobby horse —...
  • Local Voices West: May 1 edition

    Local Voices West: May 1 edition
    Letters to the editor from Naperville, Westchester, Wheaton and Lombard. Racism in the U.S. The definition of "racism" refers to actions or beliefs that consider certain races to be inherently superior or inferior to each other. Some arguments against...