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Writer at the Huffington Post, covering health care, social welfare, and other policy issues. Come for the journalism, stay for the Billy Joel interludes.

Either John Boehner Or Nancy Pelosi Is Very Wrong About What Their Medicare Bill Will Do

huffingtonpost.com — The new Medicare bill that the House passed on Thursday would weaken the program. No, wait. The new Medicare bill that the House passed on Thursday would strengthen the program. Many liberals believe the latter, while plenty of conservatives believe the former.

Obamacare Is Turning 5 Years Old, And The Debate Has Barely Changed

huffingtonpost.com — A big f***ing deal happened five years ago Monday. On March 23, 2010, President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act -- a law designed to make health insurance available to all Americans and, over time, to make the health care system more efficient.

The Freakout From An Obamacare Ruling Could Be Unlike Anything We've Seen

huffingtonpost.com — WASHINGTON -- Experts have a pretty good sense of what will happen if the Supreme Court rules in favor of the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell, cutting off Obamacare's tax credits in roughly two-thirds of the states.

House Republican Budget Could Double The Number Of Uninsured

huffingtonpost.com — Worried about the number of Americans who still don't have health insurance? If House Republican leaders get their way, the number will be much bigger -- maybe even twice as big. That may sound ridiculous. But health care analysts tell The Huffington Post that it's a fair interpretation of the proposed 2016 budget that Rep.

Obama Is Smack In The Middle Of A Brewing Fight Over Workplace Wellness

huffingtonpost.com — If you work for a big company that offers you health insurance, chances are that your employer has asked you to take part in some kind of "workplace wellness" program. It might mean nothing more than answering a few questions about your diet and exercise habits.

Here's What Scalia Said About Obamacare Last Week. It's Not What He Said 3 Years Ago.

huffingtonpost.com — It's going to be at least a few weeks, and probably a few months, before we know what the Supreme Court is going to do with Obamacare. But Wednesday's oral arguments in King v. Burwell have already made something very clear: Justice Antonin Scalia isn't too worried about intellectual consistency.

Another Moment Of Truth For Obamacare--And For The Supreme Court

huffingtonpost.com — The future of Obamacare could be decided on Friday, when nine justices of the Supreme Court meet in private. The outcome of their deliberations is anybody's guess. If you support the law, that should worry you -- and make you angry. As a court spokesperson confirmed, the justices are following their custom Friday by holding a private conference.

10 Key Obamacare Supreme Court Moments--And A Moment That Wasn't

huffingtonpost.com — For more than an hour on Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell -- a lawsuit that, if successful, could force millions of people scattered across two-thirds of the states to lose health insurance. The crux of the dispute is the meaning of the phrase "created by the State."

Supreme Court Obamacare Arguments Offer Small Hints Of Outcome

huffingtonpost.com — WASHINGTON -- A lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act received a serious hearing at the Supreme Court Wednesday as lawyers from both sides faced tough questioning from justices, making it difficult to predict how the court will rule and whether millions of people will have to relinquish their health insurance.

Supreme Court Obamacare Arguments Offer Small Hints Of Outcome

huffingtonpost.com — WASHINGTON -- A lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act received a serious hearing at the Supreme Court Wednesday as lawyers from both sides faced tough questioning from justices, making it difficult to predict how the court will rule and whether millions of people will have to relinquish their health insurance.
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Mar 26, 2015

RT @sahilkapur: Top Senate aides doubt the SGR bill will get a vote before recess. D aide: “Seems very unlikely at this point.” R aide: “I don’t know.”

Mar 26, 2015

@xpostfactoid1 @jburns18 yeah, I personally don't worked up over symbolic stuff -- but other people do

Mar 26, 2015

I see @sbagen is hoping to transfer his good karma from SCOTUS over to the Tar Heels tonight

Mar 26, 2015

Paul Ryan open to a budget deal? @lbarronlopez brings you the latest from Capitol Hill huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/26/pau…

Mar 26, 2015

@ldelvalle Ha. Like I said at the end, maybe it takes this kind of disagreement to get something done in this environment.

Mar 26, 2015

Either left or right is making a bad guess about how Doc Fix bill will affect Medicare -- and I'm not sure which huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/26/med… #SGR

Mar 25, 2015

@IraStoll No reason AFAIK. He could. But he wouldn't get an employer contribution.



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