Archive for July, 2010
Regrets and defiance aboard government flight that takes illegal immigrants back to Mexico
CHICAGO – Guillermo Campos Ojeda stares blankly at the clouds from the jetliner’s window, mentally retracing the 22 years that he lived in the United States as an illegal immigrant.
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Dear Professor Bruce: Given the new health reform laws enacted by the Obama administration, what should small businesses be doing to prepare for these changes?
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The small business professor: Getting prepared for health care reform
Whether healthcare reform lives or dies, here’s one thing you can count on: The growth in health care-related jobs is about to explode.
On the last day before their August recess, House Democrats and Republicans argued about a tax requirement in the new health law. Meanwhile, Missouri voters face a Tuesday referendum on part of the law.
BRIEFS: Hospital back in compliance with Medicare
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services said yesterday that Forsyth Medical Center has regained compliance with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
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Cornell University Law School Professor William Jacobsen brave launched today his week long "dart board" analysis of HR 3200, the ObamaCare bill on the House. Selecting random sections of the law to analyze each day this week on his …
Global Health Progress Epitomizes Clinton, Gates’ Call for “Efficiency Savings” In Regards to HIV/AIDS Prevention
GHP’s highlights importance of collaborative partnerships and securing resources, such as access to drugs
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CORNYN INTRODUCES THE HEALTH CARE BUREAUCRATS ELIMINATION ACT
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) today introduced a bill, The Health Care Bureaucrats Elimination Act, cosponsored by Senators Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Jon Kyl (R-AZ), Pat Roberts (R-KS), and Tom Coburn (R-OK) to remove unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats from American seniors’ personal health decisions by repealing the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB).
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MediaNotes: Sherrod fuss again proves Fox News a national disgrace
“IT’S TIME for a slow-blogging movement,” wrote the Washington Post’s first-rate columnist E.J. Dionne recently, referring to the shameful Shirley Sherrod affair, which started as a poisonous blog, got Fox News exposure and ended up making a class act’s life a “living hell” (as her boss admitted) by falsely accusing her of racism.
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