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  • CBO estimates slightly lower deficits as health subsidies fall

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. budget deficits over the next decade will be $286 billion less than previously estimated, the Congressional Budget Office said on Monday, attributing much of the decline to lower estimates of subsidy costs under President...
  • 10 weeks out, 2 questions for Maryland Democrats

    10 weeks out, 2 questions for Maryland Democrats
    Now, the real fun starts. It's a mad, mad dash to the June 24 gubernatorial primary as the many undecided, unimpressed Democrats try to answer a what's-worse question that goes like this: What's worse, a lieutenant governor (Anthony Brown) who "squibbed...
  • Va. bishops urge health care coverage expansion

    New advocates have emerged to urge an end to Virginia's budget and health care expansion, as the state's Roman Catholic bishops called for a state budget to include tapping federal funds to provide coverage for the poor. Diocese of Richmond Bishop...
  • South Korea's state health insurer sues Philip Morris, BAT for smoking damages

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's state health insurer said on Monday it was seeking an initial 53.7 billion won ($51.9 million) from three tobacco companies, including the local units of Philip Morris and British American Tobacco, to offset treatment costs...
  • April 14 Letters: Medicaid, ethics reform, political donations

    Do I have a delegate? I live in the 94th District and have written my delegate, David Yancey, twice asking him to please support Medicaid expansion in Virginia; each time outlining my logic for this request. I have not heard back from Del. Yancey. I am...
  • With session over, O'Malley more free to focus on 2016

    With session over, O'Malley more free to focus on 2016
    His final legislative session is over, but Gov. Martin O'Malley is unlikely to have a restful last nine months in office. As he weighs whether to seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2016, political observers and those who have faced the same...
  • Free health clinics offer a safety net: My Word

    It is easy to lose sight of basic human needs when health-care debates become partisan. This is precisely what happened in the debate on the Affordable Care Act. And while many are helped, almost 2.8 million Floridians and 29 million people across the...
  • Carrollton man pays for health insurance with metal scraps

    A wedding cake costs about 14,400 aluminum cans. Jim Ridenhour, a retired Newport News firefighter, discovered that when he turned to metal scrapping as a way to pay for his daughter's wedding about two years ago. Since then, his part-time hobby has...
  • Nursing homes need more lawsuit protections

    In his March 12 op-ed, "Proposed lawsuit protections for nursing homes unneeded," Brian Lee misrepresents the facts to fit his agenda. His organization, Families for Better Care, received 100 percent of their start-up funding from a Tampa law firm that...
  • April 13 Letters: Political donations, Medicaid

    Deep liberal pockets, too Re: "Too much money," April 9. The writer is correct when he stated there are too many billionaires who try to buy elections. While he pointed out that the conservative Koch brothers and Sheldon Adelson 'anonymously" (?) spend...
  • Obama names budget chief as new health secretary

    By Christi Parsons and Michael A. Memoli WASHINGTON — President Obama named White House budget director Sylvia Mathews Burwell to take over the Department of Health and Human Services on Friday, saying there was "no manager as experienced and as...