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A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that health insurance purchased through the federal government can’t be subsidized with tax credits or federally funded subsidies, http://www.cnn.com/2014/07/22/politics/obamacare-subsidy-
Florida has banned health insurance companies from marketing their plans directly to Medicaid recipients as the state rolls out its massive plan to privatize its health insurance program for low-income individuals and the disabled. Private companies
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Nearly three out of 10 kids are living in poverty in Arkansas, but the number of children without health insurance has gone down, according to a national study released Tuesday that shows how children fare in each state. The 25th annual Kids Count
The rate of people without health insurance in Hawaii has dropped below 6 percent since the implementation of the federal health care law, state officials said Monday. Officials said at a joint House committee briefing that roughly 75,000 people in
A federal judge on Monday dismissed a U.S. senator's lawsuit challenging a requirement that congressional members and their staffs to obtain government-subsidized health insurance through small business exchanges, saying the senator had no grounds to
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill aimed at diversifying California's health exchange board by expanding the eligibility criteria for members. The governor's office announced Monday that he signed AB972 by Democratic Sen. Norma Torres of Pomona. She
San Diego's unified voice for community clinics has hired a new leader. Henry Tuttle Council of Community Clinics The Council of Community Clinics recently announced the arrival of Henry Tuttle as its new chief executive officer. Tuttle, who started
Major insurer Florida Blue could raise rates in 2015 for people enrolled through the federal health-care exchange after seeing a large number of older and sicker enrollees, Kaiser Health News reported Monday. Patrick Geraghty, chief executive officer
At the end there was not one bead of sweat on his face, just an easy smile...I met Karr again recently at a coffee shop under drastically different circumstances. Karr has moved far away from Silicon Valley and doesn't commute by bike these days. "