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Editorial: Obama’s Healthcare Reforms Are Working

October 3, 2011

From The St. Petersburg Times: In Print: Monday, October 3, 2011 As expected, the fate of federal health care reforms to improve access and affordability will be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court, which begins its new term today. The Justice Department asked the court last week to review an appellate ruling on Florida’s legal…

Gosh Y’all, Could “Obamacare” Be Working?!! (Part 2)

September 16, 2011

From The New Republic: By Jonathan Cohn September 15, 2011 | 11:16 am Republicans made a lot of arguments against the Affordable Care Act. But perhaps none were as effective, or as seemingly plausible, as their contention that their new law would cripple Medicare Advantage. New evidence suggests — surprise! — that the argument was…

Republicans Teeter In Stance On Medicare

June 22, 2011

From The New York Times: Editorial Board– June 21, 2011 Leading Republicans — after proposing to gut Medicare — are still trying to pose as the program’s saviors. How cynical can they get? At the recent Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire, Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota warned that health care reform will take $500…

If Ryan’s Medicare Plan Passes, Who Will Insure Seniors?

April 15, 2011

Congressman Paul Ryan From  Talking Points Memo: Benjy Sarlin | April 15, 2011, 11:00AM At first glance, Paul Ryan’s plan to send millions of seniors into the free market with dwindling vouchers in hand might seem a boon to the private insurance industry. But would companies even want to participate? Unlike the Affordable Care Act,…

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