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The Personhood Movement: A Comprehensive Timeline of an Anti-Abortion Crusade Through the Legal System

The Personhood Movement: A Comprehensive Timeline of an Anti-Abortion Crusade Through the Legal System
What is the personhood movement? And when did this anti-abortion, anti-women and regressive political idea become such a force? A comprehensive timeline.
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Judge Sides with OK Attorney General, Denies Health Care to Tens of Thousands

Judge Sides with OK Attorney General, Denies Health Care to Tens of Thousands
The denial machine keeps trucking. Even with all the evidence mounting that Obamacare is working, neigh, excelling, an Oklahoma federal appeals judge thinks it's okay to spend taxpayers' money to deny the state's citizens health care.
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Another Conservative Judge Tries to Defund Obamacare

Another Conservative Judge Tries to Defund Obamacare
A federal judge in Oklahoma ruled Tuesday that Affordable Care Act (ACA) subsidies cannot go to residents of 36 states not running their own insurance exchanges.
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Bad Day for Big Pharma: Obamacare Medical Transparency Laws Take Effect

Bad Day for Big Pharma: Obamacare Medical Transparency Laws Take Effect
ACA transparency laws start taking effect as government releases limited disclosure of Big Pharma payments to doctors. But what do the payments signify? What errors can be expected? More importantly, what's missing?
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Medicaid Backlog Leaves Low-Income Tennesseeans Without Health Care

Medicaid Backlog Leaves Low-Income Tennesseeans Without Health Care
Thousands of low-income Tennessee residents are without access to health care because the state’s $35.7 million computer system is unable to process the backlog of applicants.
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Scared for All the Wrong Reasons: Opponents Lobbying Hard Against CA Prescription Database Proposition

Scared for All the Wrong Reasons: Opponents Lobbying Hard Against CA Prescription Database Proposition
Opponents of California's Proposition 46, a law requiring doctors to enter prescriptions into a centralized database, have come up with a doozy of a smear ad.
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The Hissy Fit Continues: VA GOP Looks Set to Derail Upcoming Medicaid Expansion Talks

The Hissy Fit Continues: VA GOP Looks Set to Derail Upcoming Medicaid Expansion Talks
The Virginia General Assembly is set to discuss the Medicaid expansion in an upcoming session. Problem is, the Republican contingent looks set to derail the process before it even starts.
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Feds Will Release Hospital Mistake Data Again After Outcry From Researchers, Patients

Feds Will Release Hospital Mistake Data Again After Outcry From Researchers, Patients
After public outcry, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has again made information on hospital mistakes public. They had quietly stopped providing information last month, but researchers and patients would have none of it.
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NJ's Domino Effect: Paterson Becomes Fifth City With Mandated Earned Sick Days

NJ's Domino Effect: Paterson Becomes Fifth City With Mandated Earned Sick Days
Like dominos, New Jersey cities are one after the other passing sick day ordinances that would allow all workers to accrue paid time off for illnesses. The 3-5 days a year are a pittance compared to what's available in Europe, but at least it's a start.
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Obamacare Closed a Loophole for CEO Pay—And Won Taxpayers $72 Million

Obamacare Closed a Loophole for CEO Pay—And Won Taxpayers $72 Million
You probably didn’t realize that when you pay your premium today, you can rest assured that it’s paying for health care and not a CEO’s new yacht. You can thank the way ACA treats CEOs—and other executives—in the health care industry for that.
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