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South Korea’s influential government think tank slashed on Monday its 2012 and 2013 economic growth forecasts, calling for more expansionary policy to counter the impact from the protracted euro zone crisis.
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Nashua South students weigh health care law in US History class
US History teacher Frank Covart talks to his class about the Affordable Care Act Thursday, March 29, 2012, at Nashua High School South. Students discussed the pros and cons of changes in the health care reform law, yearly through 2018.
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Santorum's ailing daughter taken to hospital
MORE, MORE MORE of your money, they can't get enough, and children and teens and grownups die all over the Untited States because they can't get affordable healthcare. Just wondering if this was a pre-existing condition that the Repub's didn't want to …
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Drilling Down into IPAB: Pros and Cons
By Bara Vaida, Kaiser Health News It sounds like a new Apple product, but IPAB is actually a controversial board that is at the heart of House Republicans' efforts to upend the 2010 federal health law — or at least make it a strong campaign issue.
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Mitt Romney's rivals avoid health-care bill attacks at South Carolina debate
In fact, the words “health care,” “moderate” and “liberal” didn't come up once in reference to Romney. The Myrtle Beach debate was characterized by some awkward moments for Romney, and many saw it as perhaps his weakest debate performance so far.
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The One Success Story Romney Can't Discuss
Ever since the days of Bill Clinton, Democrats have been trying to get universal healthcare coverage for all Americans. Hillary Clinton tried it and failed in the 90s. On a national level, Republicans have always been against it despite the fact that …
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Romney versus Gingrich: A guide to the latest charges
“Let's see who his clients were at the time he was lobbying Republican congressmen for Medicare Part D. Was he working or were his entities working with any health-care companies that could've benefited from that? That could represent not just evidence …
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South Dakota will Wait on Health Insurance Exchange
Dennis Daugaard announced today that South Dakota will not pursue legislation to establish a health insurance exchange during the 2012 legislative session. "There is too much uncertainty for me to recommend legislation to create an exchange at this …
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CIC Insurance shelves IPO plan
… Jan 16 (Reuters) – Kenya's CIC Insurance has shelved plans for an initial public offering after a lengthy bear run at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, opting instead for a listing by introduction, where existing shares are placed on the market and …
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S. Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard will not pursue health insurance exchange …
Dennis Daugaard has announced that his administration will not pursue legislation to establish a health insurance exchange during this year's South Dakota's legislative session. Gov. Dennis Daugaard has announced that his administration will not pursue …
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Cornell University Law School Professor William Jacobsen brave launched today his week long "dart board" analysis of HR 3200, the ObamaCare bill on the House. Selecting random sections of the law to analyze each day this week on his …
WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (Legal Newsline) – South Carolina must stay in the forefront of a federal lawsuit challenging the Obama administration’s federal health care package, says the state’s Republican attorney general candidate. …
Via the Public Health Agency of Canada’s CCDR Weekly: High incidence of hospital admission with multidrug-resistant and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis among South African health care workers. Excerpt from a very. very …
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H5N1: South Africa: Healthcare workers at high risk of MDR and XDR …
Here is something state leaders who have concerns about the 2010 Patient and Affordable Health Care Act’s impact on South Carolina don’t much mention:
My concern is about people who only have Medicaid, but not Medicare. At present SC Medicaid imposes a limit of 12 per fiscal year in the number of visits to the Doctor and a limit of 8 to the Chiropractic. Also there is a limit of 4 medicine prescriptions per month per patient.
Will the the Health Care Reform be the solution to these restrictions?