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DENVER/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Opponents of legalizing marijuana in three western states are targeting mothers in a fight over ballot measures that for the first time could make recreational pot use legal in parts of the United States.
President Obama signed the health law in March and told voters to read up on it. But opponents of the law have done most of the educating on what it means. Polls show the public remains not only sharply divided over the merits of the measure, but confused about what it does.
Opponents of the Obama administration’s health-care reform law have been hoping that after losing the political battle to block the legislation, they could still get it struck down by the courts. That effort got a big boost yesterday, when a federal judge ruled that a legal challenge to the measure could move forward. Judge Roger [... ]
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Judge rules challenge to health-care law can proceed
Saying opponents of President Obama’s health care reform law ‘have most definitely stated a plausible claim,’ a federal judge in Florida allows the key elements of the lawsuit to proceed.
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Health-care reform: US judge allows Florida’s challenge to Obama
The first federal court decision on the constitutionality of the new health care reform law upheld its validity and dealt a well-deserved setback to opponents who are trying to overturn it.
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Today’s Opeds: Individual mandate in court, on ballot and in campaigns
A new Associated Press health care poll found that those who think the government shouldn’t be in the health care business are out numbered (two-to-one) by those who say that health reform didn’t go far enough. The AP poll conducted through interviews with 1,251 adults nationwide between Aug. 31 and Sept. 7 had a margin of error of 3.9 percent. Opponents of the new health law out numbered those …
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Poll: Twice as many say do more on health reform
Supporters argue it gives Oklahomans more say against Federal Health Care, but opponents contend it’s political grandstanding and does nothing to help the uninsured in the state. Democratic candidate for State Treasurer Stephen Covert …
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Oklahoma Takes Up Health Care Issue | KOSU Radio
On Thursday, some of the Obama administration’s most significant health care reforms went into place. For opponents of the law, they’re a reminder of the work that is underway in courtrooms and on ballots across the country. United States – Commerce Clause – United States Supreme Court – United States Constitution – United States district court
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Repealing Health Care Reform: Where States’ Efforts Stand
Major provisions of the landmark health care reform legislation go into effect today as insurers, Republicans, and other opponents ramp up their war a.
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Health Care Reform Kicks In: More Benefits, Bills, and Battles to …
Opponents make health care case
Florida 20-state lawsuit challenges plan A year ago, thousands of Americans were so enraged by the pending health care overhaul bill that they packed their Congress members’ summer town hall meetings, transforming the annual political rituals into screaming matches. Yesterday, as 20 states seeking to nullify the law squared off against the Obama administration in a federal courthouse in …
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