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The GOP Has One Big Idea For Health Care Reform: Crappier Insurance
Republicans are busy bringing back junk plans, pre-existing condition exclusions and higher costs for the sick.
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GOP Spending Against Obamacare Plummets In 2018 Elections
Democrats are on the offense, while Republicans have largely given up on health care as a campaign issue.
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Activists Score Big Victory For Medicaid Expansion In Utah
A campaign to cover 150,000 uninsured people has collected enough signatures to put the question before voters this November.
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Trump: It's 'Beautiful' A Man Could Pay Medical Bills Only After His Boss Gave Him A Bonus
Workers shouldn't have to rely on a surprise bonus from a corporate tax cut to get by.
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Jimmy Kimmel Says Paul Ryan Will Have 1 Retirement Regret
The talk-show host gleefully turned up the taunting with the House speaker's announcement he's leaving.
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Trumpcare Is Coming To Iowa, And Your State May Be Next
Republicans have other options, but they keep refusing to try them.
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Democrats Finally See A Chance To Make Obamacare Better
They've been trying to have this conversation for eight years.
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Elizabeth Warren Has A Plan To Make Health Care Coverage Cheaper And More Reliable
The Massachusetts senator’s new bill would increase consumer subsidies and force insurers to accept tougher rules.
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Another Obamacare Stabilization Bill Is In Trouble, This Time Because Of Abortion
But it's not just a reproductive rights dispute standing in the way of passage.
In This Red State, Progressives Are Taking Matters Into Their Own Hands
Amateur activists, sick of being ignored by the GOP, are fighting to cover the uninsured.
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There's A Christian Alternative To Obamacare. But There's A Catch.
Health sharing ministries cost less than insurance, but don’t make the same coverage guarantees, as this Nebraska couple learned.
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Orrin Hatch Rips Obamacare Supporters
Sen. Orrin Hatch had some choice words for his constituents who support the Affordable Care Act.
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Orrin Hatch Calls Obamacare Supporters 'The Stupidest, Dumbass People I've Ever Met'
“The comments were obviously made in jest," his spokesman said.
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20 States Sue Federal Government, Claiming Obamacare Is Unlawful
The lawsuit said that without the individual mandate, Obamacare was no longer constitutional.
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These Are The Real-Life Effects Of Trump's Obamacare Sabotage
A new study predicts premiums going up by 18 percent and millions of Americans losing their coverage.
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The Liberal Establishment Suddenly Sounds Very Ambitious On Health Care
A new plan signals revived interest in public options and even Medicare-for-all.
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Trump Administration Takes Another Step To Roll Back Obamacare
A new regulation would open the door for less comprehensive, short-term plans.
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There's Only One Financial Reason To Ever Decline A Raise
By Ethan Wolff-Mann, Yahoo Finance
There is a persistent myth that just won’t go away: that sometimes it’s better to make less money than more money. For example
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New Spending Agreement Repeals Obamacare's Mythical Death Panel
Reminder: It wasn't really a death panel.
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New Health Insurance Enrollment Report Shows Obamacare's Not Dead
Almost as many people enrolled in health insurance for this year as for 2017 -- despite Trump's sabotage campaign.
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Trump Administration: Let States Decide If Health Plans Have Enough Doctors
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Critics worry the change will force patients to turn to more expensive providers, travel long distances for cheaper care
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For Breastfeeding Moms, A Difficult Choice: Work Or Pump?
Insufficient legal protections and indifferent workplaces have caused many women to fall short of pediatric guidelines.
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Trump's Promise On Drug Prices Looks Pretty Empty
He's got no ideas, and he's shown no interest in developing any.
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As Trump Attacks The Federal Health Law, Some States Try To Shore It Up
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Left out will be people not covered by employer-sponsored insurance and with incomes too high to qualify for Medicaid or
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The Trump Administration Is Dropping The Ball On HIV/AIDS
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From inaction to outright sabotage, the White House is endangering hard-won progress toward ending the epidemic.
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Health Care Costs Are Still A Crushing Problem
By Rick Newman, Yahoo Finance
Andrew Luccock pays about $1,700 per month for health insurance for his family of 5 — and still expects to pay more than
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