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B: Health Insurance Industry Moves to Block Information to Consumers

Just when consumers are finally getting a look at how health insurance companies conduct their business, the industry is racing to shut and lock the door.
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B: Former Congressperson Argues to Leave Healthcare Law in Place

Former Congressperson Carole Shea Porter outlines what would happen if the Supreme Court overturns the Affordable Care Act.
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B: Catholics Travel to Protest Immorality of Paul Ryan's Budget

Catholic nuns have taken to the street on a Midwest bus tour protesting the new Republican budget by Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan. They are highlighting the cuts to the social safety net by visiting hospitals, schools, healthcare facilities, homeless shelters, food pantries and other institutions where they can reach those most likely affected.
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B: U of A Faculty, Student Revolt Could Define 2013 VA Governor's Race

The Governor is now "all in" on Romney winning the White House. Do the math. McDonnell's attention has clearly been on national politics, to the detriment of his standing at home, for months now. The results? McDonnell started 2012 getting blind-sided by social conservatives in the General Assembly. He was then humiliated by the Ron Paul libertarians on the GOP Central Committee. Now, he has adopted a "not my problem" approach to the biggest educational fiasco in modern times in Virginia. Then, of course, there is the fact that McDonnell's choice as a successor is likely to be rolled big time by the Cuccinelli constitutional conservatives.
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B: Romney Campaign Messages Skirt Economic Improvement Under President Obama

The Romney campaign has asked Florida Governor Rick Scott to substitute improvement themes for argument that things will get better, faster under Romney.
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B: CA Consumer Group Urges Public Officials to Keep Tax Dollars In State

Consumer Watchdog today called on state and local governments to quit spending taxpayer millions on Scott toilet paper, Kleenex tissues and other products from Kimberly-Clark Corporation. The global company is part of a corporate coalition battling to keep a tax loophole that benefits only out-of-state corporations---to the detriment of California schools, local governments and state services.
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B: NJ Democratic Leadership's Budget Plan Flawed but Reality-Based, Unlike Governor Christie's

Christie's budget proposal assumes aggressive growth, would leave tax cut in place even if growth unrealized.
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B: Boehner Ignores White House Plans for Immigration Reform then Claims None Exist

John Boehner is obviously feeling the heat after the President's announcement last week that DREAM Act-eligible young people will not be deported. He's so flummoxed he has totally stopped even making partial sense.
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B: The Farm Bill: Where a Bipartisan Approach Hurts

Today Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) joined her Republican colleague in the Missouri delegation and voted against restoring 4.5 million dollars in Food Stamp Aid t
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B: MN Paulsen's Voting Record, Investment Portfolio Suspiciously Similar

OpenSecrets almost gets to the point of the matter: Third district Congressman Erik Paulsen is pushing the interests of companies that aren't just big in Minnesota, but show up in his own p
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