Every American knows that money buys elections, that votes come with a price tag. Given new reports of one millionaire's investment in the Virginia gubernatorial race, we decided to test that assumption.
President Obama announced last week that he will allow people to keep their health care plans that do not comply with the Affordable Health Care Act for another year. Permalink| Comments
People pay less attention to politics in one-party states. And with the decline of the Louisiana Democratic Party following the 1964 Civil Rights bill, that state has become more and more of a right-wing Republican bastion.
Increasing demand for health care services and new provisions under the Affordable Care Act will combine to drive up insurance costs for many individuals and small groups next year. Beginning Jan. 1, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota has ...
Senators told Obama point blank his administration needs to fix glitches.
(CNN) - A fierce critic of President Barack Obama’s sweeping health care initiative, Rep. Michele Bachmann said the law would eventually force her to buy insurance on the DC healthcare exchange. "I lost my insurance under Obamacare so now I'm forced ...
Editorial: Covered California’s board should resist Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones’ call for a delay
California, which has a functioning state health exchange, should help the people who have received cancellations, but reject a one-year delay. Sharon Galindo of Sacramento, with her 2-year-old son Yael, gets help enrolling in health care coverage ...
Men still dominate politics, government, and lobbying, but in fundraising, women play on level turf.
The DFL governor has long been a fan of Hillary Clinton and volunteered for her 2008 operation.