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Health Insurance

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  • NC health mandates get rosier views at General Assembly

    Though their party complains often about health insurance coverage mandates from Washington, Republicans in North Carolina's legislature are OK with adding more requirements upon state-regulated insurance companies. Several bills have cleared at least...
  • House's health plan reduces cost and improves access

    The Florida House of Representatives supports true free-market approaches to increasing access to quality health care for more Floridians. Obamacare's Medicaid expansion clearly does not take this type of approach. The Senate has put forward a proposal,...
  • Clock ticking as Oklahoma lawmakers work on state budget

    With the end of Oklahoma's legislative session rapidly approaching, budget negotiators say they still haven't reached a final agreement on how to divvy up nearly $6.6 billion to fund programs like health care, prisons, roads and public schools. Details...
  • INSIDE WASHINGTON: Insurers pass tax along to the states

    There's more than a touch of absurdity in the way an industry fee in President Barack Obama's health care law is being passed along to state taxpayers. As Alice in Wonderland might say, a curious tax just got curiouser. The burden to states could mount...
  • Blame health care mess on governor's leadership: Editorial

    Blame health care mess on governor's leadership: Editorial
    It takes poor leadership — or no leadership — to push a state to the brink of a government shutdown when the governor and strong majorities in both legislative chambers come from the same political party. Unfortunately for Floridians, that's...
  • Colorado health insurance exchange raises fees

    The board of directors of Colorado's health insurance exchange has raised fees that will be passed on to consumers as it and other states face decreased federal funding and struggle to predict enrollment figures. The hike in administrative fees to 3.5...
  • Cuba policy, health "collision" and Thugs: Letters

    Cuba policy, health "collision" and Thugs: Letters
    Better lives for Cubans Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera says that "the loss of one American life at the hands of those who are our enemies is as horrible as losing multiple American lives"; therefore relations with Cuba can never be normalized while the...
  • Carl P. Leubsdorf: Affordable Care Act is a sturdy 5-year-old

    After a rough incubation, birth and infancy, the Affordable Care Act is a sturdy 5-year-old, showing increasing signs of achievement and acceptance. But growth could come to a sudden halt if the Supreme Court throws out the subsidies that enable more than...
  • Saving the middle class means cost controls on health care

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: The U.S. health-care system has been squeezing the country's middle class for years. The passage of the Affordable Care Act has relieved some of the pressure, but there's much more to do....
  • Ige administration plans changes for health exchange

    Gov. David Ige's administration says Hawaii's health insurance exchange will have to make changes to comply with federal Affordable Care Act. Deputy Chief of Staff Laurel Johnston said Wednesday the administration's plan calls for using the federal...
  • INSIDE WASHINGTON: No fallout for congressional health plan

    If the Supreme Court rules the way most Republicans want in the latest health overhaul case, GOP lawmakers who now have insurance coverage under President Barack Obama's law might have some explaining to do. Members of Congress, staffers and dependents...