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ET The Obama administration on Thursday released draft forms for employers and individuals to use when reporting their health coverage to the Internal Revenue Service starting next year despite calls for delaying the requirement. The Affordable Care
Jul 24, 2014 Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens captured our ideal when he wrote of the judge as an impartial guardian of the rule of law...Circuit Court of Appeals showed how far right-leaning jurists have strayed from such impartiality.
Ilya Shapiro is a senior fellow in constitutional studies at the Cato Institute. He filed briefs supporting the challengers in both Halbig and King. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author. (CNN) -- If you thought the
ET Months after the Affordable Care Act became law, employment benefits lawyer Thomas Christina paced in his Greenville, S.C., office with its oil portrait of a greenhouse.
Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg) Don't be so sure that the Supreme Court is going to save Obamacare...The question is enormously important: Are health-care consumers entitled to subsidies if they buy coverage on insurance exchanges established by the federal
Former Rep. Barney Frank insisted Wednesday the Wall Street reform law he co-authored offers a way to end government bailouts, but Republican critics still say it fails to resolve the problem of "too big to fail." "The Dodd-Frank Act is clear: not
The state health insurance exchange's chief executive, Patty Fontneau, announced Thursday she will leave Connect for Health Colorado to take a job as president of Private Exchange Business for Cigna...The exchange's board of directors said they plan
North Carolina's Senate approved a Medicaid plan Thursday that will partially privatize how the program is administered in the state. The Senate voted 28-17 for the plan that would create a new state agency to oversee and manage Medicaid. The bill
New financial incentives and penalties in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) designed to optimize health care system performance are proving difficult to manage, but they are also providing new opportunities for leaders to foster collaboration between
Reuters The Obama administration is coming under fire for once again making a unilateral change to ObamaCare -- this time, quietly exempting the five U.S. territories and their more than 4 million residents from virtually all major provisions of the