Happy Friday! Today’s early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports on a new study of the health problems suffered by 9/11 first responders. The New York Times: Study Suggests Higher Cancer Risk For 9/11 Firefighters A new study says firefighters who toiled in the wreckage of the World Trade Center in 2001 were […]
Good Morning! Today’s early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including California lawmakers shelving their effort to pass a bill to regulate health insurance rates and Florida’s aggressive efforts to shut down “pill mill” clinics. Los Angeles Times: Bill To Regulate California Health Insurance Rates Is Shelved A bill that would allow California officials to […]
More than 60 House Republicans are sponsoring a bill to permit the sale of health insurance across state lines. Consumer advocacy groups argue such provisions would erode many state protections.
A look at six provisions that House committees could try to ax as they begin working to revise the health overhaul.
A lot has changed since last summer’s town hall meetings. A new poll finds that, in the last month, the percentage of people viewing the health law unfavorably has fallen. But seniors continue to be more negative.
A guide to the definitions of the complex terminology of budget reconciliation.