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Can States Opt Out of the Individual Mandate?

March 24, 2010

In this document, ben Domenech writes that many politicians agree that we must expand access to quality health care and reduce costs for all Virginians.

Tea Party Activists Mount Final Push Against Health Care Bill

March 10, 2010

Tea Partiers came in droves to Capitol Hill from across the country in a last ditch effort to shift the votes of several key Democrats on President Barack Obama's national health care reform propos

Obama’s Health Care Myths: Four Republican Ideas and One Outright Lie

March 2, 2013

President Barack Obama maintained in his speech his intention to reach out across party lines, a token effort to make his health care legislation more bipartisan before

Research & Commentary: Bipartisan Support for State-Led Effort Against Medicare and Medicaid Fraud

Benjamin Domenech
March 4, 2010

President Barack Obama's February Blair House summit made little difference in the push toward national health care reform, but an increasingly popular idea for cutting costs was raised by Sen.

Health Care News Roundup: Reconciliation and the Doc Fix

Benjamin Domenech
January 13, 2014

President Obama to Outline Reconciliation Push Wednesday

As Expected, Obama's Summit Changes Nothing

February 27, 2010

At the Blair House summit Thursday, President Obama and his allies were repeatedly challenged on the specifics and the broad aims of his health care package.

Evan Bayh Stuns Washington: What Does it Mean for Health Care?

Benjamin Domenech
January 1, 2014

The stunning decision of Indiana Senator Evan Bayh to announce his retirement, in the midst of debates on health care and the federal budget where he represents a critical vote and mere days before

Podcast: Where Does Health Care Go From Here? Part II

January 29, 2010

Where does health care reform go from here?

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