Posts Tagged ‘the-passage’
The unwillingness of Democratic lawmakers to run on the passage of sweeping health care reform legislation has been an oft-noted feature of the 2010 campaign, mainly because the party’s elders insisted that the law would prove to be an …
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Rep. Scott Murphy Runs Most Aggressive Pro-Health Care Spot Of Cycle
Along the road to the passage of health care reform, Obama encountered little opposition from the very people who had the most to lose, but ObamaCare is now providing a much-needed wake-up call for many medical professionals. …
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From an editorial published in the Bladen Journal of Elizabethtown on Sept. 30: Bill Clinton , perhaps this nation’s most brilliant politician since Ronald Reagan, not so famously said that President Obama’s popularity would soar with the passage of a health-care bill.
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Missed diagnosis on health care reform bill
For us Brits who are used to debates and votes in both Houses of Parliament, followed by a Bill signed into law by a Royal Assent, the passage of the American Healthcare Reform Act was tortuous and confusing. …
The Obama administration released a series of reports Wednesday touting the immediate benefits to every state as a result of the passage of the health care reform bill. Though many provisions of the bill are not in effect yet, …
After the passage of a massive healthcare reform bill this spring, leaders of national and regional Chamber of Commerce entities are traveling around the nation to educate business owners about the ramifications of the new legislation for employers.
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US Chamber official discusses healthcare reform
President Obama has lauded her as “an extraordinary leader for the American people,” and following the passage of the Affordable Health Care for America Act, England’s Guardian observed that “Pelosi is being heralded as the most …
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$1.3 Trillion Saved? Nancy Pelosi on Healthcare and US Debt
BURLINGAME, Calif.—-A June 2010 independent survey of 408 retirees covered by Medicare revealed that 90 days after the passage of health care reform legislation 64% are “very” or “somewhat” confident Medicare will be available the rest of their lives, but just 23% have the same confidence it will be here for their children.
BOSTON—-Since the passage of health care reform, small and mid-sized businesses that provide health and welfare benefits to their employees have dreaded the challenge of meeting new health care compliance demands.
Analysts have viewed the passage of Obamacare (the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) on March 21 through the lens of partisan, racial, and regional conflict. Democrats voted for the bill.
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Peter Schwartz: Health-Care Reform by the Numbers