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Plaintiff challenging healthcare law went bankrupt – with unpaid medical bills
The US Supreme Court plans to hear a challenge to President Obama's healthcare law later this month. (Win McNamee, Getty Images / March 9, 2012) By David G. Savage, Los Angeles Times Mary Brown, a 56-year-old Florida woman who owned a small auto repair …
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Gingrich: Romney a “dead loser” because of Mass. healthcare law
By Jonathan Easley – 03/13/12 09:13 AM ET Mitt Romney will lose the presidential election if he is the GOP nominee because of his work on healthcare, Newt Gingrich warned Tuesday. Romney is “a dead loser” because of the Massachusetts healthcare law he …
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The Many Legal Barriers Standing in the Way of Health Care Reform
By Julie Barnes Obsolete law adds costs to the system at every turn. Instead of penalties for referrals, there needs to be greater incentive for collaboration. We are on the brink of a huge shift in how we think about, deliver, and pay for health care …
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Is Universal Health Care Just A Quicker Way To Pay Hospitals For Unpaid Bills?Since the government is constantly bailing out hospitals loss of funds due to unpaid bills. Seems that universal health care would just get right to the point …

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TOLEDO, Ohio—-Health Care REIT, Inc. today announced plans to redeem all 313,972 shares of its 7.5% Series G Cumulative Convertible Redeemable Preferred Stock on September 30, 2010 at a redemption price of $25.00 per share plus accrued and unpaid dividends through September 30, 2010.

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Unpaid days off for Gov. Quinn’s staff
Illinois governor Pat Quinn orders salaries slashed and for some staff to take unpaid days off.

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