First Edition: November 7, 2011
Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports on venture capitalists' new interest in companies that can curb health costs and concerns among states on implementing the federal health law.
Kaiser Health News: Health Investors' New Calculus: Save Money To Make Money
Kaiser Health News: Capsules: Few Americans Think Health Is Improving In The U.S.
NPR: Raising Medicare Age Could Lead To Higher Costs
The Washington Post: A Scramble To Shape The New Health Insurance Exchanges
Politico Pro: NAIC Puts Off Vote On MLR Resolution
The Hill: States Worried They'll Bear The Brunt Of Anger Over Health Law’s Shortcomings
Politico: Ex-Pelosi Aide's Turnabout Work
The New York Times: In State Care, 1,200 Deaths And Few Answers
The Wall Street Journal: Abortion Resurfaces For GOP Field
USA Today/Jackson Clarion Ledger: Mississippians To Vote On 'Personhood' Initiative
The New York Times: Storm Has Vermont Scrambling To Find Beds For Mentally Ill
NPR: Why HPV Vaccination Of Boys May Be Easier
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