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Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
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  • Shumlin's several accomplishments don't match promises

    Gov. Peter Shumlin has an ample list of accomplishments but because he set such high goals for himself, history may judge his governorship based on what he failed to do, some Statehouse observers said Tuesday. Warming up to his surprise announcement...
  • If Supreme Court rules against Obamacare, few states are ready for the fallout

    If Supreme Court rules against Obamacare, few states are ready for the fallout
    Millions of Americans could soon lose health insurance when the Supreme Court decides the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act this month, but states have made few concrete plans to deal with the potential fallout, and they may get little help from...
  • Albert Hunt: Conservative court win may backfire on Republicans

    The Supreme Court could make June the cruelest month for Republicans. The court will hand down two decisions fraught with political implications. One will decide whether same-sex marriage is protected by the Constitution, and the other whether to throw...
  • In Republican stronghold, worries about end of Obamacare

    In Georgia's Gwinnett County where Republicans rule, few really love Obamacare. Few want to lose it either. In parts of the county, about 1 in 8 people get insurance from the federal health-care program, making Gwinnett, near Atlanta, one of the...
  • Obama: Court shouldn't have considered health law challenge

    With a crucial legal decision looming, President Barack Obama said Monday the Supreme Court should not even have considered the latest challenge to his signature health care law but he voiced confidence the justices "will play it straight" — and...
  • Scott asks court to force mediation over Medicaid lawsuit

    A federal court judge gave the Obama administration until Tuesday to say whether it will accept Gov. Rick Scott's request for mediation in a dispute over billions of dollars in federal health care funds. The Republican governor is suing the federal...
  • High court won't hear Maine appeal over Medicaid cuts

    The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it would stay out of a dispute between Gov. Paul LePage and the federal government over whether Maine can eliminate Medicaid coverage for thousands of low-income young adults. The justices' refusal to hear the case...
  • Poor adults in Missouri may get better access to health care

    ST. LOUIS Dr. Heidi Miller still remembers the time a young patient came to her office a few years ago complaining about head pain. The patient had an abscess a swollen area of body tissue on his face, a complication of poor oral health. "It was so big...
  • Lehigh Valley partnership finds hope for cutting medical costs

    Lehigh Valley partnership finds hope for cutting medical costs
    For years, Flor Rosario was caught in a vicious, expensive cycle. Dogged by depression, breathing problems and severe arthritis, the Allentown woman would become short of breath, get scared and then have a panic attack that sent her rushing to the...
  • House kills Senate's health care expansion

    House kills Senate's health care expansion
    TALLAHASSEE — A plan to offer 800,000 Floridians health care using Medicaid funds flat-lined Friday when the Republican-controlled House overwhelmingly voted down the bill, likely killing the issue for perhaps years to come. The dramatic 72-41...
  • Failure to expand health care hurts all Floridians: Editorial

    Failure to expand health care hurts all Floridians: Editorial
    Now that Florida House Republicans have delivered the kill shot to a bipartisan Senate plan to expand health-care coverage with federal funds, it's about time to assess the casualties. The obvious victims are the 800,000 low-income Floridians without...