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Millions Still Uninsured As Health Care Deadline Looms
As the deadline approaches to sign up for healthcare, one-third of Americans plan to remain uninsured.  That's according to a recent study by Bankrate.com, which showed most of those who plan to go without health insurance will do because they think it's too expensive. 
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Labor Unions May Get Break From Obamacare Fee
Labor Unions, who were cheering on the passage of Obamacare are now complaining that the new law will drive up costs for its members and want a waiver from paying the so-called reinsurance fees that will cost about $63 per person. Some people get taxed but union members don't and some have to p…
Pope Francis “Most Talked About” In 2013
A new survey by the Global Language Monitor names Pope Francis the "most talked-about" person of 2013.
Using a global Internet word-tracking program, the organization found that Pope Francis' name was the most cited in articles that appeared throughout the English-speaking worl…
Healthcare.gov Discussed in the House
Republicans on a House panel looking into the government's troubled health insurance website say the problems reflect deeper flaws in the Affordable Care Act.
At a hearing today, they're accusing administration officials of misleading Congress with repeated assurances that the roll out of t…
Government Shutdown Hinges On Health Care Delay
The White House and congressional Democrats say House approval of a delay in President Barack Obama's health care law does nothing but push the government closer to a partial shutdown in less than 48 hours.
The Republican-run House voted 231-192 early Sunday to delay Obamacare for a year while a…
Healthcare Debate Rages On
Texas Republican Ted Cruz is standing at the podium in the Senate chamber as he rips Obamacare.  Cruz wants the Senate to defund the healthcare reform law as a condition of continuing government funding.  The government runs out of money early next week without a bipartisan deal in the Hou…

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