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AFP attacks state Democrats on bipartisan 2011 health care exchange law
The bill that AFP attacks the Democrats for supporting was a 2011 measure that passed with bipartisan support. Senate Bill 200, championed in the House by then House Majority Leader Amy Stephens, R-Monument, helped set up the state health care …
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Kentucky law grants prescribing authority to nurses
A new Kentucky state law that expands prescribing authority for advanced practice registered nurses took effect Tuesday, the same day that a study was published touting the benefits of having nurses manage care for patients with chronic conditions such …
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Zwelling: Response to health care reform way overblown
The Affordable Care Act has generated enormous controversy given the actual consequences of the bill. Supporters of the legislation ascribe all sorts of good to the law. Seven-and-a-half million people now have insurance. People with pre-existing …
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Under the laws of most states, when you receive a personal injury settlement, you must use part of that settlement to pay back whomever paid for the medical …

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Question by pamcarter: Does anyone find it embarrassing to live in a state that wants to repeal the health care bill?
It’s embarrassing to live in an outdated and behind the times state that wants to repeal the health care bill! For the first time in my life my state has made me ashamed to claim living here. In fact most of the people in the state WANT to move out of the 18th century and have care for all it’s people. How can one or two people defy what the majority wants?

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Answer by Fernando
No because they’re rednecks.

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Florida governor Rick Scott created a stir this week when he said he’d expand Medicaid as requested by the Obama administration. But health policy experts say it’s hard for any governor to say no to billions of dollars in federal subsidies.

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Florida governor Rick Scott created a stir this week when he said he’d expand Medicaid as requested by the Obama administration. But health policy experts say it’s hard for any governor to say no to billions of dollars in federal subsidies.

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Question by The Contentious Otter: As an employer, why would I choose to locate a production facility in a state where there are no public?
insurance exchanges to help put downward pressures on my insurance costs in that state?

Why should I have to pay taxes to that state for all the Tea Party hillbillies who refuse to buy insurance and end up on Medicaid after they shoot their wives then turn the gun on themselves?

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Answer by Master Chief
Economic Empowerment Zones with tax abatements

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s $ 1 trillion plan to expand Medicaid would raise state costs by only 3 percent and extend health coverage to more than 21 million low-income people as part of the new healthcare reform law, a study said on Monday.

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(Reuters) – Ballot measures to legalize marijuana in Washington state and Colorado gained support this week from a pair of prominent Republicans – U.S. Senate candidate Michael Baumgartner and former Representative Tom Tancredo – who could help sway conservative voters.

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