Sebelius delivers defense of health insurance reform

Sebelius delivers defense of health insurance reform
Sebelius, in her job as secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is a central player in implementation of the Affordable Care Act adopted in Obama’s first term. She declared transformation of medical insurance in the United States …
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Gov’t retirees stick us with 0B bill
“If elected officials don’t act soon to shrink this problem, it could eventually sink us,” he added. Retiree health-insurance costs now account for more than a third of both the state’s and city’s annual employee health-benefit costs, the report found …
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Expand Medicaid?
Third, a new category of eligibility for Medicaid was created for the lowest-income consumers, many of whom work in low-wage jobs that don’t come with health insurance, yet earn too little money to afford a private health insurance policy. In June, the …
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Kennedy’s 1980 message perfect for nation in 2012
“I knew that my child was going to have the best because I had the health insurance of the United States Senate. And I knew that no one, no parent, no parent in that hospital had the kind of coverage that I had. That kind of choice, for any parent in …
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