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Even before the Federal Government got involved in the medical business in 1965 with Medicare and then Medicaid, medicine has been a hot polical topic. Talk of some type of nationalized medicine has been going on since Teddy Roosevelt when
He's uneasy about its potential adverse effects on small businesses...But he's teaming up with officials from the state's new health insurance marketplace Oct. 17 to host an informational town hall to help constituents navigate the new system. I
In this file photo Indiana 8th District Rep. Larry Bucshon speaks about health care reform at a forum for a group of insurance agents at the Career Technical Center. Bucshon still wants to defund the health care law passed in 2009 at Democratic
Although he condemns his party's federal representatives for the partial government shutdown currently gripping Washington, Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota today endorsed one of their top demands : delaying the individual health care mandate.
Senate Democrats have promised to reject the bill within an hour. We're three hours away from shutdown. additional replies submitted and awaiting review Submitted discussions can be approved by the author or users followed by this blog.
What's lost in the comforting analogy is how much the two sides agreed on in 2011: 1. Republicans had just won a massive victory in the mid-term elections, so both sides broadly agreed that Republicans had a mandate to cut spending...Both sides
An alternative to the shutdown would be a proposed delay of the individual mandate, the most painful part of Obamacare, which may seem like a Republican victory but upon closer inspection would be a win for President Obama and Democrats...Just as
Over the past three years, the White House has held off on multiple health law provisions as it races to get the Affordable Care Act off the ground. Don't expect it to happen during this round of budget negotiations. All the delays so far have one
When House Republican leaders shelved their first plan to avert a government shutdown earlier this month amid a revolt within their conference, it seemed even if for a brief moment that Democrats might be called on to provide crucial votes to keep
House Republicans are opening a two-front war on ObamaCare, pushing for a vote this weekend on a bill that would delay the health care law in exchange for raising the debt ceiling -- a week after handing the Senate a separate bill that would defund