Posts Tagged ‘vote’
WASHINGTON, March 27—During the debate over the Senate budget resolution, Sen. Sessions offered an amendment that would have prevented illegal immigrants fro…
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – As the U.S. Supreme Court prepared to announce a decision on President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law, one of the legislation’s chief supporters predicted that it would be upheld by a 6-3 vote.
Incoming search terms:
- hillary predicts 6-3 vote
- obama\s healthcare plan unbiased
- pelosi health care
- VOTES FOR health care reform statistics
Juan Vargas could cast the deciding vote for California's health care bill
Senate Bill 810 passed committee, but fell two votes short in the Senate. A new vote is sought before tomorrow's deadline for passing all Senate bills and sending them on to the Assembly. The bill would not set up a government-run healthcare system.
Read more on OB Rag
Mental health bill
Consequently we shall all be living witnesses to the reforms, improvements and humane treatment in the mental health care system in our country. The Mental health bill is a draft law that acknowledges the current international instruments and …
Read more on Vibe Ghana
Support builds for special health care session
By AP NASHVILLE (AP) — Republican lawmakers are building support for a plan to wait until the end of the year to take action on state requirements set by President Barack Obama's federal health care law. House Speaker Beth Harwell said Thursday that …
Read more on Elizabethton Star
Incoming search terms:
- juan vargas affordable care act
- Brian Mckinnell financial advisor
- H R 3590 section 2561 text
- section 2521 healthcare bill THOMAS LIBRARY
Lawmakers May Vote On Bill Labeling Health Care Reform Law Unconstitutional
Several Alabama state lawmakers believe President Obama’s health care reform law is unconstitutional. Now, there’s a bill being discussed in Montgomery stating just that.
Read more on WAAY-TV Huntsville
5 Healthcare Picks of the Gurus
For much of the two-year-plus stock market rally, the healthcare sector has been left far behind the rest of the market. From the March 9, 2009 low through Feb. 23 of this year, for example, the
Read more on Nasdaq
Legislature: Day 71 for Monday, March 21
Good morning. Today is Monday, day 71 of a 105-day session.
Read more on The Olympian
A Year After Christmas Eve Senate Vote, Health Reform Celebration Seems Premature
Getting President Obama’s health care plan passed ultimately required a more torturous path, and that has a lot to do with why it’s not as popular as Democrats had expected
Read more on Time Magazine
State GOP looking to remake health care reform in its vision
Editor’s note: This is the sixth in a continuing series ofstories on key issues before the 2011 Montana Legislature, whichconvenes Jan. 3.
Read more on Missoulian
PVHS CEO gears up for impact of health-care reform
The chief executive officer of Poudre Valley Health System might wish he had a crystal ball.
Read more on The Fort Collins Coloradoan
9/11 Health Care Bill Gets One Vote Closer
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The 9/11 health care bill has its first Republican vote in the Senate. At a press conference this afternoon, Republican Congressman Peter King said that Mark Kirk, the Illinois congressman who won Barack Obama’s old seat, will support the bill. “He’s told me he’ll definitely vote for the bill–no ifs, ands, or buts. He’s voting for the bill,” King said to applause from the …
Read more on The New York Observer
Stressful deadline looms for Medicare recipients
With Congress passing a new health care bill and private contractors dropping coverage for some seniors, local Medicare advocates are reporting a rise in stress and confusion – a problem given an annual looming deadline.
Read more on The MetroWest Daily News
AU presenter explains health care bill
AURORA — Aurora University students were happy to hear Tuesday that the federal Affordable Health Care Act will let them stay on their parents’ health insurance until they’re 26, even if they’ve finished school and started working. They were also pleased to hear the law, which started taking effect in …
Read more on The Beacon News
By Aaron Blake If House Democrats sustain major losses on Nov. 2, the health care law passed earlier this year is likely to be a big reason. The proof is in the pudding: while Republicans have been hammering away at Democratic incumbents who voted for the bill and even open seat candidates who expressed support for the legislation, Democrats have run almost no ads playing up the bill. After the …
See the original post:
Most Democrats avoid healthcare on campaign trail