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Romney's Misleads on Obama Health Cost: Reality Check
Republican-led states unsuccessfully sued to overturn it. The facts: Connecting current inflation in health care to the new law, which doesn't take full effect until 2014, is a stretch. Health-care costs have been rising faster than prices in general …
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Fact checking Mitt Romney's acceptance speech at the GOP convention
While it is correct that anticipated savings from Medicare were used to help offset some of the anticipated costs of expanding health care for all Americans, it does not affect the Medicare trust fund. In fact, the Obama health-care law also raised …
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Affordable Care Act Won't Apply To Immigrants Granted Deferred Action
… long as they are otherwise eligible. Undocumented immigrants are barred from receiving those same benefits under the health care law, but there was some confusion as to whether young people granted deferred action would be eligible until HHS issued …
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FACT CHECK: Did Obama Really Say That About Obamacare?
Obama was referring to the fact that most of the health care law provisions directly affecting employers, including a new fee on those with 51 employees or more …
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Small business group's political motives come under question in
Democratic lawmakers have raised concerns that corporate interests are at the heart of the NFIB's lawsuit against the president's health care law.
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Nation's biggest insurers will keep parts health care law regardless
… Obama's health care overhaul even if the law fails to survive Supreme Court … Fact Checkers contribute questions, information and facts to The Fact Checker.
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FACT CHECK: Obama pushes plans that flopped before
OBAMA: "Our health care law relies on a reformed private market, not a government program." THE FACTS: That's only half true. About half of the more than 30 million uninsured Americans expected to gain coverage through the health care law will be …
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Rick Santorum's debate attacks against Mitt Romney
It was a government-run healthcare system that was the basis of 'Obamacare.' And it has been an abject failure, and he has stood by it. He's stood by the fact that it's $ 8 billion more expensive than under the current law. He's stood by the fact that …
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Don't let a bad start stop solutions this legislative session, says Gov. Dayton
The commentary's unsubstantiated claim of job losses doesn't square with the facts. Minnesota's latest unemployment rate in December 2011 was 5.8 percent, which was a record 2.7 percentage points below the national average. Our state has regained more …
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Fact Check: Promising gain without pain
THE FACTS: That math looks like it doesn't add up. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated that House Republicans' legislation to repeal Obama's health care law would have actually increased federal deficits by $ 210 billion from 2012 to …
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Santorum's record on fiscal policy (Fact Checker biography)
The last comment represents a jab he took at Romney, suggesting he never increased entitlements as the former governor did with his Massachusetts health-care reform law. We examined Santorum's congressional record to determine the true extent of his …
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ManTech Enters the Healthcare IT Market with Acquisition of Evolvent Technologies
Evolvent Chairman and CEO Bill Oldham added, "We are proud to become part of a company like ManTech, which has such a strong record and trusted name in IT. We look forward to being part of an assertive ManTech effort to deliver health IT services to a …
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Patients can check the safety ratings of  hospitals near them on a government website that tracks the rates of surgical complications, infections, mishaps and potentially avoidable deaths.

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Patients can check the safety ratings of  hospitals near them on a government website that tracks the rates of surgical complications, infections, mishaps and potentially avoidable deaths.

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Patients can check the safety ratings of  hospitals near them on a government website that tracks the rates of surgical complications, infections, mishaps and potentially avoidable deaths.

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Patients can check the safety ratings of  hospitals near them on a government website that tracks the rates of surgical complications, infections, mishaps and potentially avoidable deaths.

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Arizona lawmakers are trying to widen the state’s illegal immigration crackdown with a proposal to require hospitals to confirm whether patients are in the country legally.
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Fact Check: Robert Hurt’s statement on health care reform
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s health care reform challenge got a big victory in the courts recently, prompting Congressman-Elect Robert Hurt (R-Chatham) to applaud the ruling.
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Health Reform on the Way
The Mississippi Primary Health Care Association and Health Help for Kids hosted a community forum last week featuring federal and state leaders who outlined some of the changes Mississippians could expect as a result of the new health-care legislation.
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Effort launched to outline health care picture, reforms
From “death panels” to debate over just how many Americans lack health insurance and why, confusion over the health care system — how it works, how it doesn’t work and how to fix it — abounds across the country.
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