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The call center for Minnesota's new health insurance exchange is due to open Sept. 3. MNsure executive director April Todd-Malmlov updated board members Wednesday on customer assistance plans for the exchange. Todd-Malmlov says they're opening the
Yet even though the mayor is being praised for his foresight, the projects themselves face numerous obstacles before they can become a part of the city's landscape and shoreline, officials and experts said on Wednesday. They will have to pass through
The Senate Education Committee on Wednesday finished its sweeping rewrite of No Child Left Behind that eases coast-to-coast requirements for schools and gives states greater independence to set their own goals. On a party-line vote, the Democratic-
Voters expect to have problems with the Affordable Care Act when fully implemented, but do not want to see it repealed, a poll released Wednesday indicates. The survey, conducted by a bipartisan team of pollsters and released on the website The
Maine (AP) Maine lawmakers have advanced a proposal to expand health coverage to 70,000 low-income people. The Democratic-controlled House on Wednesday gave all but final approval to a bill to expand Medicaid, administered as MaineCare in the state.
A Senate panel has voted to allow the Department of Education to fund new construction projects for districts that have seen traumatic events in their schools. House Speaker John Boehner says he will vote for a wide-ranging farm bill headed to the
Power Play Published June 12, 2013 FoxNews.com "There have been concerns before about [President] Obama's record on civil liberties and the security state, but people are genuinely shocked by the extent of this." -- Zaid Jilani of the Progressive
East Bay MUD board members approved huge rate hikes on water and sewer services, saying that the public agency needs the money to pay for maintenance and repair costs, the CoCo Times reports. The board raised water rates by 9.75 percent effective
AFP/Getty Images) The United States Senate will soon confirm Samantha Power as our ambassador to the United Nations. She will be feted at the usual Park Avenue, Central Park West and Sutton Place residences in which money brings proximity to power.
Republicans don't care about the millions struggling in the Obama economy. At least that was what a left-wing panel on Sunday's The Ed Show decided, with Salon's Joan Walsh declaring that Republicans don't care about people who have lost their jobs.