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Federal health care reform is starting, perfect timing because we have received new data from the Census Bureau that really tells us how much we need to fundamentally change the way Americans receive medical attention.

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By: Jane Hamsher I still can’t quite wrap my head around the fact that Obama thought it was a good idea, in midst of 9.6% unemployment, and on the day after the census bureau announces that 1 in 7 Americans are living in poverty, to show up at the gated Connecticut mansion of a guy named Rich Richman and tell a privileged few at a private $30000 a plate fundraiser that people who see their glass “half empty” are pessimists and that the health care bill represents “the most productive, progressive legislative session in at least a generation.” The people in Connecticut who couldn’t afford $30000 to attend an event that raised $1 million for the DNC might not see it that way: Sept. 19–Connecticut regulators in recent days approved increases of more than 20 percent on some health plans starting Oct. 1, including a series of rates requested by Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield, by far the largest health insurer in the state….The higher prices, however, are a glimpse of what may be in store later this year when insurers propose new rates for 2011. The major difference between rising prices this year and years past is the cost of new benefits added to health plans starting Thursday as mandated by the sweeping reform approved by Congress in March. Insurers say the cost of new benefits will increase prices more than 20 percent for certain plans. When Obama was selling his health care plan to the public on June 22, 2010, he said that the changes mandated by the health care bill

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Orlando Sentinel: “Thousands more health-care workers, from doctors to nurses to physical therapists, will be needed in the coming decade in Florida and across the country to treat the increasing number of older Americans — particularly the enormous baby boom generation. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, health care is expected to generate 3.2 million new jobs through 2018, more …

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Health care expected to help fuel job growth yet new nurses having difficulties finding jobs

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Farm Bureau discusses concerns with Rehberg
BOZEMAN – Congressman Denny Rehberg was in friendly political company for a discussion session with top officials of the Montana Farm Bureau Wednesday afternoon.

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Salary statistics of Allied Health Professionals throughout the United States, as compiled by The Bureau of Labor Statistics.. Medical & Healthcare Careers | Medical Job Descriptions | Career. Learn about health care management career …

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KIAH COLLIER: Perry, Farm Bureau talk reform
Tom Green County is more of a hot spot in the governor’s race than you might think.The main reason is that U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison captured more votes here in March’s Republican primary than Gov. Rick Perry , even though he got more votes statewide.

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Census Bureau launches Consumer Expenditure Survey
The U.S. Census Bureau began a new survey this month focusing on how much Americans spend on groceries and other household items. In a pair of studies, Bureau representatives will collect data on how much households spend on groceries, clothing, transportation, housing, and health care.

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Census Bureau News — State and Metropolitan Area Data
Rochester, Minn., Leads Metro Areas in Prevalence of Physicians

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Ambulatory care settings created 8700 new openings in May, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, or one of every five new private sector jobs added to the economy. Health care as a whole added 13100 jobs, or one in every three …

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