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Safety and Ethics in Healthcare by Bill Runciman and Others

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The Nation's Health Care Bill: Who Bears the Burden? A Chartbook

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Bill Moyers Journal: Health Care and Finance Reform DVD Films for the Humanities
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American Health Care ACT: The Proposed Trumpcare Bill
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CBS News political director John Dickerson discusses the delay of a key provision in the new health care law, as well as response from Washington opponents a…
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Question by Smart Guy: Will Obama avoid appealing the striking down of his healthcare law to avoid a huge political defeat?
Should he just expend his energy right now reviving Wyden-Bennett framework to begin a new bipartisan effort to repeal healthcare rather than fight for a lost cause?

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Answer by Alex
i sincerely doubt it

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The political fight on health care is over. Republicans won.
Two terms favored by those unfavorably inclined to the law — “more government involvement” and “more taxes with health care reform” — both outpaced the most mentioned term of supporters (“more competition”). In fact, there were more than twice as …
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On health care, the public doesn't like its options
As we have written before, all of the spin around the health care law should not distract from the fact that opinions about it have remained remarkably steady over the past two years. Here's a chart put together by the Post polling department — follow …
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Opinion: Health-care law helps small businesses be socially responsible
But it is important not to overgeneralize when discussing the impact the health care law will have on businesses. In fact, for companies with fewer than 50 full-time employees, the law actually provides a golden opportunity for making the kind of …
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Health insurance exchanges mired in political battle
That would be individual state's health insurance exchange (HIX). This contentious segment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is caught in a firestorm of political crosscurrents. Some states, such as Wisconsin, actually started …
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Are Politics Damaging Health Insurance Exchanges?
In an editorial in Government Health IT, Mary Mosquera, senior editor, posited that division down party lines may be destroying the future of health insurance exchanges for many states. "Health insurance exchanges … are the prime example of how …
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GOP presses full return of health overpayment
By Paige Winfield Cunningham THE WASHINGTON TIMES The vote by Republicans to require Americans to return the full amount of subsidy overpayment for health insurance exchange coverage was blasted Rep. Fortney Pete Stark, California Democrat.
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Question by mike: Will republicans say the Obama administration is seeking a ruling on the healthcare law now a political move?
If the supreme court sides with republicans on the healthcare law before 2012 elections the dems will have reason to show the republicans a heartless group. They are already taking a beaten over social security and medicare.

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Answer by ez80227
so, in your world, by skippping a judicial step (becuase he knows he wil llose in that court!), it is now the republicans fault and obama doens’t have an agenda??!

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Political Blotter: His tax plan nixed, McNerney votes to scrap health reform rule
This is a sampling from Bay Area News Group’s Political Blotter blog. Read more and post comments at 3As the House voted 314-112 today to repeal a part of last year’s health care reform law requiring businesses to report far more of their business transactions to the
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Perdue vetoes the Republican health-care nullification bill
This just in from the Governor’s office: She’s put the kibosh on the Republican bill attempting to nullify President Obama’s health care reforms (the Affordable Care Act).
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March 6: Daley, Bachmann, roundtable
Transcript of the March 6, 2011 broadcast of NBC’s Meet the Press, featuring Bill Daley, Michele Bachmann, Eugene Robinson and David Brooks.
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The health overhaul is having an impact in political races around the country, both in the races for federal office as well as at the state level.

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State Races Take On Health Care Tone As Candidates Talk Overhaul …

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Americans call it various names, depending on which side of the political aisle they belong. But its official name is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and it is now in effect.

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Health care reform law

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