Health Care Reform
DETROIT - A federal judge on Thursday rejected an attempt to stop some key provisions of the new national health-care law, saying Congress has the authority to require people to get insurance by 2014.
WASHINGTON - The White House on Thursday defended granting waivers to some employers from a key provision of the new health care law, saying it was the best way to keep people insured until the law fully takes effect.
CONCORD, N.H. - New Hampshire Democratic Senate candidate Paul Hodes says his Republican rival is being hypocritical when she attacks health care reforms that provide coverage to uninsured Americans.
CONCORD, N.H. - An advocacy group led by former New York Gov.
WASHINGTON - During the worst of the economic crisis, the nation's most powerful business lobby pleaded with Congress to prop up financial institutions and stimulate the economy with hundreds of billions of dollars in borrowed money.
- Will voters believe Dem or GOP message on economy?
- Paul: Social Security age may need to be raised
- Economy pitch mainly a blame game for both parties
- Schwarzenegger signs major health care bills
- Health care law may hamper limited insurance plans
- McDonald's denies report of dropping health care
- Medicaid enrollment spikes to 48M in weak economy
- Boxer, Fiorina clash over health care, immigration
- Health insurer rule draft yields few surprises
- Coats: Try repeal, then 'move on'
- Insurers stop selling new child-only health plans
- Tax, spending cuts top GOP campaign-year 'Pledge'
- AP Interview: Clinton says Dems can keep majority
- Obama, White House boosting health law at 6 months
- Travelers spends $720,000 on lobbying in 2nd qtr
- Lawsuit on Obama health plan likely going to trial
- States' suit on Obama health plan may go to trial
- Small business credit measure clears Senate hurdle
- Senate fails to cut tax provision in health law
- Judge to hear legal arguments of Obama health plan
- Obama says economic progress 'painfully slow'
- NH GOP Senate candidates in final primary debate
- Crist hit from left, right as he seeks the middle
- Gov't: Spending to rise under health care overhaul
- Some states suing feds also claim health subsidies
- Dems' bright spots in foreboding election year
- Stocks climb after drop in weekly jobless claims
- Stock futures climb after drop in jobless claims
- California OKs Anthem rate hike after controversy
- Ads slam Senate candidates in Ky., Pa. and Calif.
- California bill to reform pet insurance advances
- Auto dealer group spent $225,000 on 2Q lobbying
- Overhaul fails to boost 'health care confidence'
- Yum Brands spends $360K lobbying in 2nd quarter
- Obama touts benefits to Medicare from health law