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GOP hits Obama on Medicare Advantage

GOP hits Obama on Medicare Advantage

House Republican leaders on Thursday wrote to President Obama voicing their “deep concern” over expected cuts to the Medicare Advantage program that they blame on the president’s healthcare law.

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Director of CO Health Exchange Indicted for Fraud, Theft...

Director of CO Health Exchange Indicted for Fraud, Theft...

The director of Colorado’s health exchange has been placed on administrative leave after the state discovered she had been indicted for stealing from a non-profit, the Denver Post reports:

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Massachusetts Obamacare exchange granted federal extension as director gently weeps

Massachusetts Obamacare exchange granted federal extension as director gently weeps

The Massachusetts Obamacare exchange has been awarded a three-month extension from the Obama administration to fix its broken website and get customers enrolled, exchange officials announced Thursday.

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Rasmussen: Majority Want Spending Cuts in Debt Ceiling Hike

Rasmussen: Majority Want Spending Cuts in Debt Ceiling Hike

According to a Rasmussen poll administered Monday and Tuesday, 57% of those polled felt that the best way to deal with the debt ceiling would be to raise it only if the raise were accompanied by spending cuts.

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Congress approves fix to veterans' pension cut

Congress approves fix to veterans' pension cut

A bipartisan deal in the Senate cleared a path to undo a scheduled cut to military pensions, as both parties agreed to drop their proposals and accept a House version.

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Debt Up $2.7T in 2.5 Yrs Under Deals...

Debt Up $2.7T in 2.5 Yrs Under Deals...

The debt of the U.S. government has increased by $2.678 trillion in the 2.5 years since House Speaker John Boehner (R.-Ohio) completed his first deal to put legislation increasing the debt limit through a Republican-controlled House of Representatives.

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Eric Holder to be pardoned later this year?

Eric Holder to be pardoned later this year?

  • 02/12/2014 01:30 AM
  • Source: Red State
  • by: Moe Lane (Diary)

Well, that’s the report: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will step down this year, he said in an interview with the New Yorker’s Jeffrey Toobin

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Obamacare enrollment update: Administration STILL stonewalling on paid enrollees, previously uninsured

Obamacare enrollment update: Administration STILL stonewalling on paid enrollees, previously uninsured

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius touted the new Obamacare enrollment figures in a conference call Wednesday: 3.3 million Americans in exchanges by the end of January, still significantly less than original targets.

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Obamacare Enrollment Rate Slows Markedly In January...

Obamacare Enrollment Rate Slows Markedly In January...

On Wednesday, the Department of Health and Human Services announced that enrollment in the Obamacare private exchanges increased by 1,146,071 in January. In December, HHS reported 1,788,000 enrollees in the month of December. That suggests a drop-off of approximately 500,000, or 29 percent.

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Obamacare Enrollment Hits 3.3 Million (but not really)

Obamacare Enrollment Hits 3.3 Million (but not really)

HHS announced Wednesday that a cumulative total of 3.3 million people have now signed up for private insurance through the Obamacare exchanges but that figure includes hundreds of thousands of individuals who have failed to make their first premium payment.

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Louisiana Ad: 'Due To the Affordable Care Act'

Louisiana Ad: 'Due To the Affordable Care Act'

A new TV ad running in Louisiana from Americans for Prosperity focuses on how the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, has negatively affected citizens' lives.

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How many Obamacare customers have paid for their plans?

How many Obamacare customers have paid for their plans?

Hint: Probably fewer than expected

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Holder: Ban On Felon Voting 'Too Unjust to Tolerate'...

Holder: Ban On Felon Voting 'Too Unjust to Tolerate'...

Three days after announcing that the U.S. Justice Department will recognize same-sex marriages in all legal matters, even in states that forbid it, Attorney General Eric Holder took a swipe at states that don’t allow felons to vote.

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Lindsey Graham Pledges Repeal of Career Military COLA Cuts: '99 Percent Certainty'

Lindsey Graham Pledges Repeal of Career Military COLA Cuts: '99 Percent Certainty'

On Hugh Hewitt's radio show on Tuesday night, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) reported he felt certain cuts to cost of living adjustments agreed upon on the previous budget deal would be repealed on Wednesday.

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MAKING IT UP AS HE GOES: EMPLOYER MANDATE DELAYED AGAIN...

MAKING IT UP AS HE GOES: EMPLOYER MANDATE DELAYED AGAIN...

Most employers won't face a fine next year if they fail to offer workers health insurance, the Obama administration said Monday, in the latest big delay of the health-law rollout.

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