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  • Totally willing to discuss jumping into that dumpster fire

    On the off chance you're wondering why Gov. Terry McAuliffe and other Democrats aren't biting on a Republican offer to discuss Medicaid expansion once an expansion-less budget passes the General Assembly, allow me to point you toward this comment: "What...
  • Windsor Manager Seeks 4 Percent Budget Increase

    Windsor Manager Seeks 4 Percent Budget Increase
    WINDSOR —Town Manager Peter Souza's budget proposal for the 2014-15 fiscal year calls for a $4.2 million, or 4.2 percent, spending increase over the current year's $100.3 million budget. The $104.5 million spending plan includes $1.3 million, or...
  • Consumers rush to sign up before health care deadline

    Consumers rush to sign up before health care deadline
    Illinois residents and hundreds of thousands more across the country 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 law. The final tally from the...
  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz: ACA providing Americans with health care they need

    Late last year I was contacted by one of my constituents, Martin West. A small business owner and moderate Republican, Martin wanted me to know that despite his party affiliation, he and his wife Melinda were grateful for the Affordable Care Act....
  • Wage war brews at Johns Hopkins Hospital

    Wage war brews at Johns Hopkins Hospital
    About 2,000 workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital have threatened to strike if the hospital does not agree to a wage increase of as much as 40 percent for some employees. A union representing the hospital's service and maintenance workers, including...
  • Consumers show interest in Obamacare on last day of open enrollment

    Consumers show interest in Obamacare on last day of open enrollment
    For Dot Hartman and Lehigh Valley residents she was helping to enroll in health insurance through the federal health care law, the last day of the open enrollment period looked a lot like the first one — sunny, with a balky Obamacare website....
  • Gov. McAuliffe names former York superintendent to state education job | With Video

    Gov. McAuliffe names former York superintendent to state education job  | <span style=color:#ff0000><b>With Video</b></span>
    RICHMOND – Gov. Terry McAuliffe tapped former York County schools superintendent Steve Staples as the new state superintendent of public instruction Monday. Staples said he plans to start May 1. He replaces Patricia Wright, who announced her...
  • 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....
  • 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...