Health Care Reform Bill
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People who like Affordable Care Act are worried about its future
said in a conference call that the new Republican Senate would not need 60 votes to make tax and budget changes to the health care reform law . In Kansas and Missouri, less than 20% of those eligible to sign up for the program's first year did. Enrollment
said in a conference call that the new Republican Senate would not need 60 votes to make tax and budget changes to the health care reform law . In Kansas and Missouri, less than 20 percent of those eligible to sign up for the program's first year did. Enrollment
Kathleen Sebelius Resignation Glitch: 'A Page Is Missing'
Obama in the Rose Garden on Friday. Thanking the president and acknowledging the honors of implementing his signature health - reform law as “the most meaningful work of my life,” Sebelius stopped midway through. “Unfortunately, a page is missing,” she
Obamacare: What Could Go Wrong Next?
ahead could still be a rocky one. Here’s a look at the challenges that remain for the president’s signature health care reform law : 1. DEADBEAT ENROLLEES The 7.04 million number the White House has been touting includes individuals who have signed
Supreme Court Allows Nuns to Opt Out of Contraceptive Mandate for Now
for contraceptive services, the government cannot enforce the “challenged provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and related regulations,” the high court ruled Friday.The order is valid while the Little Sisters
Snapchat's Newest Members: Rand Paul, Michele Bachmann
it’s already been useful for Bachmann -- at least when it comes to poking fun at the president’s signature health care reform law .“Obamacare is the health care version of Snapchat,” Bachmann told the gathering, according to reports. “Now you see
Obama Launches New Campaign to Sell Health Care Law
Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) -- Launching a renewed push to tout the benefits of his signature health care reform law , President Obama on Tuesday insisted the Affordable Care Act is working and warned Republicans that “we’re not going