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The Latest: Health care groups oppose GOP bill

Democratic witnesses will include Cindy Mann, a former Obama administration health official. The GOP bill would abolish much of President Barack Obama's 2010 health care ... “We are looking at all requests for use of government aircraft.” U.S. Rep. read more

Are We Witnessing A Turning Point In U.S. Health Care?

A key debate among Republicans on the American Health Care Act — the now-pulled Affordable Care Act replacement bill — was whether to cut the law’s “essential health benefits” for individual health insurance consumers. The AHCA, put forth by ... read more

Long-Term Care Insurance Depends on Genworth-Oceanwide Transaction

Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that half of Americans turning 65 today will require LTC at an average lifetime cost of $138,000. Because only 8 percent of Americans have private long-term care insurance policies ... read more

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7 Reasons Your Obamacare Premium Could Soar by a Double-Digit Percentage in 2018

In just over five weeks, open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which ... By 2017, though, we began to witness an exodus as losses from the ACA mounted for national insurers. Building off of the previous point, the failure of the risk corridor ... read more

Once German risk passes, China and the EU are waiting in the wings

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Chinese President Xi Jinping, U.S President Donald Trump and British Prime ... said J.P. Morgan. But shares of tech, health care and consumer staples companies with significant overseas profits are likely to benefit the ... read more

Healthcare Law Update: September 2017

On Aug. 25, 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human ... Unpleasantness hurts the witness more than the questioner. The doctor should be warned to never be patronizing or sarcastic and to avoid arguing. Winning a minor point is a shallow victory ... read more

Crisis Pregnancy Centers in Crisis

After her first child was born, she had strong postpartum depression, and she has mental health concerns. She’s been told that ... expose them to crippling lawsuits should they refuse. The U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fourth and Ninth Circuits recently ... read more

Parallel economic and housing crises in Cairo, East St. Louis are rooted in racism, disinvestment and government failures, professors say

“If the people they are talking about who would be the ones exercising the local control had financial stability, job stability, decent health care and community policing ... up for failure, he said. “We are turning over control over something that ... read more

American households finally earn more than they did in 1999

“We consider 2015 and 2016 to be the turning point on ... of people in the U.S. with health insurance, a separate but important measure of economic well-being. The increased employment, coupled with changes brought by the Affordable Care Act under ... read more

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