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  • Obamacare sign-ups surge in California ahead of deadline

    Obamacare sign-ups surge in California ahead of deadline
    Strong consumer interest in Obamacare coverage ahead of Monday's enrollment deadline was leading to long waits and website trouble for some Californians. The Covered California exchange said sign-ups have been building throughout the week with about 80,...
  • Cook County health system inks $1.8 billion contract

    Cook County health system inks $1.8 billion contract
    The board running Cook County's public health system on Friday approved a contract worth up to $1.8 billion over five years to manage health care for an estimated 115,000 low-income residents as the county adapts to the federal Affordable Care Act....
  • 'Private option' for Medicaid expansion would cut some benefits

    WASHINGTON When Arkansas won federal approval to use Medicaid expansion dollars to help low-income people purchase private health insurance, officials on both sides of the aisle applauded the compromise. For supporters of the Affordable Care Act, it...
  • Abby Huntsman gets a few more things wrong on 'entitlements'

    Abby Huntsman gets a few more things wrong on 'entitlements'
    Let's acknowledge at the top that Abby Huntsman, one of the four anchors of MSNBC's youth-oriented news show "The Cycle," has taken on an ambitious task for herself: She's been trying to discuss U.S. fiscal policy, which is chock full of complicated...
  • Allentown School Board approves 74 teacher cuts

    Allentown School Board approves 74 teacher cuts
    Allentown School Board voted 5-4 Thursday to eliminate 74 teaching positions, dealing another blow to a faculty that says its already decimated by budget cuts. The 74 teaching positions, along with 26 other district jobs set to be eliminated, will save...
  • Poquoson School Board approves $20.5M budget

    POQUOSON — The Poquoson School Board approved its fiscal year 2015 budget Thursday night with an appeal to the city for more money. The $20.5 million spending plan depends on the city allocating $9.58 million, or 47 percent of its budget. That is...
  • Sen. Mark Warner pushes for reforms to Affordable Care Act

    Sen. Mark Warner pushes for reforms to Affordable Care Act
    The Affordable Care Act needs another option for people who say the premiums of its Gold, Silver and Bronze plans are too high, Sen. Mark Warner says. And, he adds, its size cut-off for businesses that are supposed to offer coverage needs to be reset....
  • Why Hobby Lobby decision could be a surprise

    The prognosticators have already declared that, during the Hobby Lobby v. Sebelius oral argument, the Supreme Court justices looked poised to extend religious liberty protections to for-profit corporations. Believe them if you want. But two important...
  • New Crist commercial fights for Obamacare without actually calling it that

    New Crist commercial fights for Obamacare without actually calling it that
    How supportive is Charlie Crist about the Affordable Care Act? Crist launched an on-line video commercial today touting the more popular aspects of the health care law also known as Obamacare without actually the words "Affordable Care Act" or...
  • Young enrollees key for health care law's success

    DAYTON, Ohio More than 5 million Americans have signed up for private health plans under the Affordable Care Act, offering the Obama administration a glimmer of hope that it can come close to its revised goal of 6 million enrollees by the end of the...
  • Congress can't get out of its own way on Medicare

    Congress can't get out of its own way on Medicare
    Maybe it was too good to be true. A rare bipartisan healthcare reform proposal backed by leaders of three major House and Senate committees is foundering because Republicans and Democrats can't agree on how to pay for it. The irony is that the measure,...