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House Republicans Argue for Delay in Health Law Penalties
WASHINGTON — House Republicans said Wednesday that chaos in the first nine days of open enrollment under President Obama's health care law would justify a delay in major provisions of the law, including tax penalties for people who go without …
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Obama: I'm Willing to Negotiate Health Care Law — but Not Until Shutdown Ends
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says he's willing to negotiate changes to his signature health care law and to find ways to reduce spending, but stresses he will not bargain until after Congress reopens the government and passes a new debt …
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Republican leaders considering Plan B to stop healthcare law
Wednesday is the first of several procedural votes, a process that could stretch through the weekend as Cruz tries to block Senate Democrats, who have the majority, from stripping the provisions defunding the healthcare law. Boehner would have just …
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Hospitals face Medicare penalties for readmissions
The Affordable Care Act passed by Congress in 2010 mandated that, starting in October, Medicare will penalize hospitals whose patients with heart attacks, heart failure or pneumonia return frequently. By 2014, hospitals with high readmission rates …
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Affordable Care Act creates excitement, tension locally
By DEAN OLSEN The federal Affordable Care Act and other reforms designed to improve and expand access to health care will make the next few years tense but exciting for Springfield's hospitals and doctors, local medical leaders said this morning.
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Politics and the Supreme Court
The court's health care reform case arose from a decision by Judge Roger Vinson of Federal District Court in Pensacola, Fla., striking down the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional. It demonstrates the enduring influence of the Reagan administration …
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Veterans charity faces $50,000 in penalties for false claims in Tenn.
The Veterans Support Organization faces $50,000 in civil penalties following an investigation by the Department of State’s Division of Charitable Solicitations and Gaming.

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NRF Calculator Lets Employers Determine Potential Penalties Under New Health Care Reform Law
The National Retail Federation has created a new online tool to help retailers and other businesses determine what penalties they might face under the recently enacted federal health care reform law.

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