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firstname.lastname@example.orgInformation on the Affordable Care Act’s upcoming effects on senior citizens in Maryland and medical equipment that can be used at home were features of the 2013 Senior and Caregiver Expo put on by Washington County CARES in Hager Hall on Thursday....
Associated PressWest Virginia will expand Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul through a plan announced Thursday by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, which would extend coverage to an estimated 91,500 uninsured low-income residents. The decision follows a financial...
Tags: John Kasich, Finance, Medicaid, Physical Therapists, Politics
The Maryland Senate has passed a measure to further implement federal health care reform. The Senate voted 35-11 for the bill on Wednesday. It provides a funding stream for the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, which is a new insurance market that...
I was troubled by misinformation in Art Callaham’s column (Feb. 17) promoting the blogs of Rabbi Pruzansky. It is simply untrue to state that President Obama didn’t defend his first-term record or put forward a second-term agenda. He...
Tags: Finance, Elections, Politics, Barack Obama, Business
Some supporters of the nation’s new health care law insist that its critics are motivated solely by politics and have no good reason for their opposition. In fact, serious critics have raised many legitimate concerns about the law, which is formally...
Gov. Tom Corbett said Tuesday that he will not pursue an expansion of Pennsylvania’s Medicaid program, at least for now, echoing the longstanding complaints of other Republican governors about the cost, inflexibility and inefficiency of Medicaid....
Tags: Kathleen Sebelius, John Kasich, Government, Consumers, Medicaid
In March of 2010, President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), the nation’s latest attempt to “reform” health care. Yet, despite all the new spending and taxes, and all the new rules and...
email@example.comThe 2013 Maryland General Assembly session begins Wednesday in Annapolis. Washington County legislators said this year’s session likely will be dominated by gun-related bills in the aftermath of a shooting last month at an elementary school in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County’s economy took baby steps forward in 2012, but the path has been bumpy and tremendous cracks are looming, business leaders said last month. “We’re seeing little incremental improvements,” said Peggy Bushey,...
email@example.comGun control could be at the forefront of the 2013 Maryland General Assembly session after the shooting in Newtown, Conn., last month, and Hagerstown resident Virginia Fennel said it should be. “They need some kind of laws or legislation to...
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (often called Obamacare) is lauded as a broad reform of American health care. In fact, PPACA focuses on only one goal: expanding health insurance coverage. It does this, in part, by subsidizing insurance...
The election of 2012 is fast approaching and will almost certainly send a message about the status of the welfare state in America. Is the dislike for government health plans and other social support programs so vocally disparaged by the Tea party and...
Tags: Germany, Tea Party Movement, Europe, Demographics, Government
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