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In this Dec. 11, 2013, file photo, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.
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The South Dakota Legislature's budget-writing committee is working to put the final touches on next year's state budget.
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The Obama administration says it's pulling the plug on proposed changes to the Medicare prescription program that ran into strong opposition on Capitol Hill.
8 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Now she's outlined principles for an alternative to the 4-year-old law. It's the first policy posting on the ex-Michigan secretary of state's website since her campaign launched last summer.
9 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
Democratic Senate candidates are gambling they can turn voters against two obscure billionaire brothers who are funding attacks on them and the president's health care law.
10 hrs ago | WBOC-TV Salisbury
The inspector general of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services plans to investigate Maryland's troubled health care exchange, a congressman said Monday.
14 hrs ago | WCSH 6 Portland
Maine's Democrat-controlled Legislature is poised to vote on a Republican-backed measure to expand Medicaid under the federal health care law.
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It's for just one congressional seat for about eight months, but Tuesday's special election in Florida has taken on huge political significance.
The biggest news to hit the Legislature this week won't come from the Capitol but from the Department of Revenue, which is expected to report Colorado's first statewide recreational marijuana tax numbers.
It's the first test of whether Democrats can counter Republican attacks on the president's health care law by accusing the GOP of threatening Medicare and Social Security.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tex. spoke at the annual CPAC Conference days before his appearance at the Gridiron Dinner.
The General Assembly's 2014 regular session came to end Saturday with lawmakers deadlocked on whether to accept federal Medicaid funds in exchange for providing publicly funded health insurance to as many as 400,000 low-income residents.
President Barack Obama got out on a Florida golf course Saturday with two former professional athletes and the cousin of one of his top advisers.
Deciding where to put taxpayer money, whether to expand Medicaid and how to deal with a state prison tying up valuable real estate are issues likely to come up in the Utah Legislature next week.
Seeking to protect a program roughly 50 million Americans rely on, a group of senators introduced legislation on Thursday to stave off cuts to Medicare.
Sen. John Thune and Rep. Kristi Noem are two of the federal health overhaul's most consistent critics.