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Budget discussions in Washington these days always seem to deteriorate into arguments over what government is supposed to do for its citizens, and what should be left aside. Is the reach of government strictly defined in the Constitution? Or tradition?...
It's a simple, reasonable idea that would recognize growing lifespans and trim federal outlays on a fast-growing part of the budget, Medicare. The idea? Raise the age of eligibility from 65 to 67. The trouble is, it will help one problem only a little ...
Re "Dislodging Obamacare," Opinion, Nov. 30 Michael F. Cannon presents an argument brimming with numbers outlining the costs to states and individuals of various aspects of Obamacare. Absent from his essay are the costs of not implementing it. He...
Tags: Judges, Israel, Insurance, Lawyers, Justice System
In a bid to cut the state's healthcare bills, the Brown administration will begin shuttering the Healthy Families insurance program for low-income children on Jan. 1. More than 850,000 kids will be shifted over the course of the year into HMOs that...
Tags: Poverty, Justice System, Jerry Brown, Medicaid, Health Insurance
The Hartford CourantA new health insurance co-op that hopes to offer coverage next fall for the following year has its first chief executive. HealthyCT, the consumer-operated and oriented plan, announced Wednesday that Ken Lalime, 56, is the first CEO. Lalime was among...
Even as the future of health care and how it will be provided and paid for remain a subject of much discussion at many levels thanks to the enactment of the federal health care reform law that has come to be called ObamaCare by critics and supporters...
Medicare poses knotty problems. Not only has the number of recipients increased, the costs per person have gone up as medical care has gotten pricier. The Congressional Budget Office projects that Medicare spending will go up more than 6 percent a year...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — With Catholic organizations from around the state cashing in to pass the anti-abortion Amendment 6 headed to voters statewide in November, a coalition of other religious groups are decrying the measure as a state-imposition of...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelBy Margie Menzel, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Another lawsuit over prison health care looms as the latest salvo in a protracted struggle between the state Department of Corrections and the union representing state workers. The 14-...
Change of SubjectThe Republicans imply that the $716 billion in [Medicare] cuts will harm older Americans, but almost none of the savings come from reducing the benefits available for people already on Medicare. But if Mr. Romney and Mr. Ryan were able......
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelBy William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Paul Ryan may have helped Mitt Romney tighten the presidential race in Florida, but his Medicare plan is not faring well with voters. A Quinnipiac University/CBS News/New York Times poll released...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — With Catholic organizations from around the state cashing in to pass the anti-abortion Amendment 6 headed to voters in November, a coalition of religious groups is decrying the measure as a state-imposition of religious dogma....
Dec 11, 2012 |Column| Los Angeles Times
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