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Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
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  • As president, Bush would face entanglements from board roles

    Jeb Bush's deep dive into corporate America, where he served on the boards or as an adviser to more than a dozen companies, could trigger complications for him if he wins the White House. Companies that paid Bush as a board member or adviser regularly...
  • Linking released inmates to health care

    WASHINGTON Joe Calderon faced uncomfortably high odds of dying after his release from a California prison in 2010. According to one study, his chances of dying within two weeks especially from a drug overdose, heart disease, homicide or suicide were...
  • Christopher Flavelle: Republicans' Obamacare argument is a sham

    Here's the most charitable interpretation of the Republican case against Obamacare: The law's changes to the individual insurance market have left people in that market worse off than before, by mandating broader, more expensive coverage and forcing...
  • Supreme Court and Affordable Care Act: What's at stake in King v. Burwell

    Supreme Court and Affordable Care Act: What's at stake in King v. Burwell
    Sometime this month, the Supreme Court is likely to issue its ruling in King v. Burwell – a case that will decide whether health insurance premium subsidies for moderate- and middle-income Americans will continue to be available in all states, or...
  • Francis Wilkinson: How Bush v. Gore led to King v. Burwell:

    The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward comeuppance. There has been much commentary on the political impact of a pending Supreme Court ruling in King v. Burwell, the lawsuit arguing that a handful of words in the Affordable Care Act...
  • More Hospital Groups Critique State Budget, Warn Of Consequences

    The state's hospital association and a second major hospital group on Wednesday joined Hartford HealthCare in warning that the new state budget, if left unchanged, will hurt health care in Connecticut. It's a bleak forecast: fewer hospital workers,...
  • Aetna Penalized In Missouri For Covering Nine Abortions

    Aetna Penalized In Missouri For Covering Nine Abortions
    Aetna Inc. is paying a record $4.5 million fine in Missouri in part for something that rarely draws the ire of regulators — paying for procedures it shouldn't have covered. In this case, those procedures were abortions. Missouri law says that...
  • How Obamacare demoralized doctors and degraded care

    How Obamacare demoralized doctors and degraded care
    About a decade ago, a doctor friend was lamenting the increasingly frustrating conditions of clinical practice. "How did you know to get out of medicine in 1978?" he asked with a smile. "I didn't," I replied. "I had no idea what was coming. I just...
  • Supreme Court about to rule on Obamacare subsidies -- is Virginia ready?

    Supreme Court about to rule on Obamacare subsidies -- is Virginia ready?
    The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule this month on the ramifications of a few words in the Affordable Care Act, and the decision could wipe away insurance subsidies for someĀ 286,000 Virginians. It could also create a ripple effect that would...
  • Senate health plan deserves fair hearing

     Senate health plan deserves fair hearing
    In a good-faith effort to break the health care policy deadlock that has immobilized Tallahassee, Florida Senate President Andy Gardiner unveiled a compromise Tuesday. The ink was barely dry on the plan when House Speaker Steve Crisafulli and Gov. Rick...
  • Senate plan deserves fair hearing from House, Scott: Editoral

    Senate plan deserves fair hearing from House, Scott: Editoral
    In a good-faith effort to break the health-care policy deadlock that has immobilized Tallahassee, Florida Senate President Andy Gardiner unveiled a compromise Tuesday. The ink was barely dry when House Speaker Steve Crisafulli and Gov. Rick Scott rejected...