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Seven in 10 Favor Mandated Contraception Coverage

Women and minorities are more likely to support the requirement, according to a new survey in the Journal of American Medical Association .

Anti-Obamacare Ad Lands at the Supreme Court

A billboard opposing the health care law touched off a potentially major First Amendment case.

 

Good News for Obamacare Is Bad News for Conservative Pundits

The warnings that insurance premiums will skyrocket next year look increasingly hyperbolic.

Tobacco Lobby Opens a New Playbook for E-Cigarettes

Hoping to avoid past mistakes, companies won't oppose some regulations.

The Debate Over Obamacare Is Hardly Over

President Obama wanted to end the debate over his health care law, but even he acknowledged GOP opposition could last years.

What State Insurance Chiefs Want From Obamacare

President Obama met with state insurance commissioners Thursday to discuss the health care law and premium rates in 2015.

The One Tweet That Says It All About the Obamacare Debate

It's going to be a while before Democrats and Republicans are over the health care reform hump.

Obamacare Sign-Ups Reach 8 Million

The first enrollment window ended far stronger than expected.

Study: Cuts to Medicare Advantage Top $1,500 Per Senior

Analysis says Obamacare cuts will affect all beneficiaries.

A New Front in the War Against Smoking

Susan M. Liss of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says marketing of e-cigarettes could undermine 50 years of progress.

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Seven in 10 Favor Mandated Contraception Coverage

Women and minorities are more likely to support the requirement, according to a new survey in the Journal of American Medical Association .

Anti-Obamacare Ad Lands at the Supreme Court

A billboard opposing the health care law touched off a potentially major First Amendment case.

 

Good News for Obamacare Is Bad News for Conservative Pundits

The warnings that insurance premiums will skyrocket next year look increasingly hyperbolic.

Tobacco Lobby Opens a New Playbook for E-Cigarettes

Hoping to avoid past mistakes, companies won't oppose some regulations.

The Debate Over Obamacare Is Hardly Over

President Obama wanted to end the debate over his health care law, but even he acknowledged GOP opposition could last years.

What State Insurance Chiefs Want From Obamacare

President Obama met with state insurance commissioners Thursday to discuss the health care law and premium rates in 2015.

The One Tweet That Says It All About the Obamacare Debate

It's going to be a while before Democrats and Republicans are over the health care reform hump.

Obamacare Sign-Ups Reach 8 Million

The first enrollment window ended far stronger than expected.

Study: Cuts to Medicare Advantage Top $1,500 Per Senior

Analysis says Obamacare cuts will affect all beneficiaries.

Obamacare Is On a Winning Streak

Strong enrollment and falling costs are giving the White House a lot of positive headlines.

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