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The Affordable Care Act helps to alleviate insurance worries
For the uninsured, the Affordable Care Act offers new opportunities to get covered. Uninsured Pittsburghers can find coverage at a reasonable rate by visiting healthcare.gov. It also provides a cushion that my husband and I can always fall back on …
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The Affordable Care Act has caused frustration
Thanks to the crazy “implementation” of the Affordable Care Act, I just put yet another medical expense on my charge card that I would not have incurred had the service been performed last year — or had my employer's health insurance renewal date been …
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Legislatively Speaking – Affordable Care Act
On March 23rd 2010 the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed into law, making much needed changes to our healthcare system and ensuring that previously uninsured peoples would have access to healthcare. While only one of the many …
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Urgent care centers are booming, which worries some doctors
Growth is expected to increase even faster in 2014, when the Affordable Care Act starts to bring health-care coverage to as many as 30 million Americans, many of whom do not have regular doctors, said Charland. While urgent care centers typically offer …
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Health care reform is topic of town meeting
The Affordable Care Act will be the topic of a meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, at Heartwood Senior Living Community in Crosby. The speaker is Pat Kittler. Handicapped access and parking are available. Lunch may be purchased at the deli. Pat …
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Clipboard: Obama briefly lauds effects of Affordable Care Act but does not name it
President Obama made only glancing references to the Affordable Care Act when he addressed the Demcratic National Convention last night. This is about as close as he came to referencing the national health law: I refuse to ask middle class families to …
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Janet Holt, a rancher from Floresville, Texas, had a mesh implant placed during a bladder-lift surgery that resulted in seven surgeries to repair the damage. The FDA approved the mesh lining, commonly used for hernias, but has now issued a warning of its complications.A Texas woman implanted with a medical device that left her in pain and scarred in her most intimate areas illustrates growing concerns about a government process that allows products such as surgical mesh to be marketed with no testing on patients.


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Continued worries about Europe’s lingering debt crisis overshadowed a small rebound in oil prices and pushed stocks slightly lower on Tuesday.

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Survey: Retiring baby boomers, health care reform top workplace worries
Brokers and benefits advisors see the retirement of baby boomers as having the greatest effect on workplace benefits in the near future, according to a new survey conducted by Employee Benefit Adviser magazine and Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co.

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Sebelius Tries To Soothe State Worries About Health Reform
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is trying to soothe the fiscal and administrative concerns of officials in states who have considerable power in implementing the nation’s attempt at health reform, The Wall Street Journal reports. “The law puts heavy demands on Ms. Sebelius – it has more than 1,000 references to actions that the ‘secretary shall’ take. But much of the …

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AP-Univision poll: Hispanic financial worries deep
For Hispanics in America, the ravaged economy has been a personal nightmare.

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Avandia questions are small part of diabetics’ worries
Avandia questions are small part of diabetics’ worries

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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 …

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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 …

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View full post on Open Congress : Blog Articles for H.R.3200 America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009

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