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  • Community Digest: County offers discount on Independence Grove beach pass

    Community Digest: County offers discount on Independence Grove beach pass
    Upcoming community events, opportunities and offers in Lake County include a discount on beach passes, a bike resale event, Earth Day activities, community service efforts and a pet vaccination clinic. Libertyville Discounted passes: Season passes...
  • Many small firms may face health insurance rate changes under Obamacare

    Many small firms may face health insurance rate changes under Obamacare
    In recent years, as millions of individual consumers coped with new and different kinds of health insurance, small businesses got some breathing room. Millions of small businesses nationwide — and an estimated 70% of California's small firms...
  • Headaches for some taxpayers under the Affordable Care Act

    Headaches for some taxpayers under the Affordable Care Act
    Vadim Jigoulov and his wife were hoping for a small tax refund after the birth of their second child. Instead they owe the federal government more than $2,000 related to subsidies they received to help them buy health insurance under Obamacare. The...
  • House adopts compromise GOP budget targeting 'Obamacare'

    The House Thursday adopted a compromise GOP budget that promises to speed repeal of the President Barack Obama's health care law while giving the Pentagon an additional $38 billion next year. The 226-197 vote sends the non-binding budget plan to the...
  • House adopts compromise GOP budget targeting 'Obamacare'

     House adopts compromise GOP budget targeting 'Obamacare'
    The House Thursday adopted a compromise GOP budget that promises to speed repeal of the President Barack Obama's health care law while giving the Pentagon an additional $38 billion next year. The 226-197 vote sends the non-binding budget plan to the...
  • States find savings through Medicaid expansion

    WASHINGTON Medicaid expansion has given a budget boost to participating states, mostly by allowing them to use federal money instead of state dollars to care for pregnant women, inmates, and people with mental illness, disabilities, HIV/AIDS, and breast...
  • GOP unveils budget plans in face of Obama opposition

    Republicans controlling Congress Wednesday unveiled a budget plan for the upcoming year and beyond, setting up a confrontation with President Barack Obama over his signature health care law and his vow to boost spending on domestic programs like...
  • Montana governor signs Medicaid expansion into law

    After several years and a long bumpy road to passage, the governor signed a bill into law Wednesday to expand Medicaid eligibility to about 70,000 low-income Montanans. Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock signed the Montana Health and Economic Livelihood...
  • Insurers navigate health overhaul to rising profits

    Several of the nation's biggest health insurers have hiked earnings expectations for 2015 after blowing past first-quarter forecasts and heading into a much more stable future than they faced this time last year. A better understanding of the health care...
  • California's individual health insurance market grows 64% to 2.2 million

    California's individual health insurance market grows 64% to 2.2 million
    The number of Californians buying individual health insurance soared 64% to nearly 2.2 million as Obamacare took full effect last year, a new report shows. In California, 843,607 people joined the individual market both inside and outside the Covered...
  • A little homework can help you navigate the Medicare maze

    You're eligible for Medicare when you turn 65, but these days, the decision to sign up is not a slam-dunk. For example, after you enroll in Medicare, you can no longer contribute to a health savings account. If, however, you work for a company with fewer...