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The state attorney general's office says two dozen more school districts have joined a lawsuit filed by the state of Indiana and 15 other school districts in October against the Internal Revenue Service challenging rules it imposed to implement the federal health care overhaul.
Prospects dimmed Monday for a quick extension of expiring unemployment benefits as Republican officials said they would not agree to include a renewal in any year-end budget deal.
Republican Gov. Bill Haslam is putting his goals for a special Tennessee deal for Medicaid expansion into writing.
People who didn't know a URL from an http were blithely expounding on software snags and web design, thanks to the clunky launch of healthcare.gov, the insurance marketplace for the government's big health care overhaul.
There are problems with the payday loan industry. For the borrowers, that is, not the lenders.
Local fire officials are working to provide mothers with another place to drop off their newborns if they are unable to care for them.
Louisiana lawmakers and Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration shared a collective sigh of relief with the news that their state's tax amnesty program brought in the $200 million they used to help balance this year's budget.
When Jennifer Slafter first ran the numbers, she thought the new federal health care law would cost her family an extra $171 a month for an insurance plan with a higher deductible.
Some lawmakers and health care groups plan to ask the South Dakota Legislature to expand the state's Medicaid program over Gov. Dennis Daugaard's resistance.
The television ads show a series of medical mishaps: a man kicking the wrong leg in a reflex check, a urine sample bottle that won't open for a frustrated patient and a blood pressure cuff letting out a strange noise when the doctor presses the plastic bulb.
In this image from video provided by Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield, a blood pressure cuff lets out a strange noise when the doctor takes a patient's blood pressure in an ad from the Midwestern insurer.
States are proposing stricter requirements for the home health care workforce including background checks, mandatory training hours, and licensing of agencies.
Florida economists are projecting steady growth in the state's economy over the next few years, giving Gov. Rick Scott more leeway to push for tax cuts next year.
The Obama administration is selectively releasing data and metrics on ObamaCare to bolster its case that the rollout is going better in the month of December.
The California health exchange says it's been giving the names of tens of thousands of consumers to insurance agents without their permission or knowledge in an effort to hit deadlines for coverage.
Women make many of their families' health care decisions, Ellmers said, emphasizing that she was speaking not only as a congresswoman and chairwoman of the Republican Women's Policy Committee, but also as the mother of a college student.