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Nicaraguan Health Care: A Post-Revolutionary Failure – Analysis

By Paxton Duff* **The FSLN: Hope** In 1979, the Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN) overthrew dictator Anastasio Somoza in Nicaragua, replacing the regime with the left-wing..
Eurasia Review

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News video: Vermont Group Going Back to D.C. to Protest Healthcare Bill

Vermont Group Going Back to D.C. to Protest Healthcare Bill

The fight continues for Democrats and Progressives who oppose the latest GOP healthcare bill. A group from the Green Mountain state will be leaving for their fourth trip to Washington D.C. on Monday to..
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News video: Tim Kaine Healthcare Rally

Tim Kaine Healthcare Rally

Senator Tim Kaine makes a pit stop at Roanoke College to drum up support for the affordable care act.
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News video: Ex Comisionado de Pharr Enfrenta Cargos por Fraude

Ex Comisionado de Pharr Enfrenta Cargos por Fraude

Oscar Elizondo ex comisionado de la ciudad de Pharr fue acusado de cargos de fraude de cuidado a la salud y robo de identidad.
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News video: Cities Where You Can Live Large On Less Than 50k a Year

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Tired of living pay check to paycheck? Maybe it's time to relocate to a place where your paycheck goes a bit further. Go Banking Rates crunched the numbers for housing, groceries, utilities,..
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Did Trump’s bizarre idea that health insurance costs $12 a year come from this Fox News commercial?

President Donald Trump baffled many reporters this week when he told the New York Times that it was possible to buy health insurance for only $12 a year. “You are basically saying from the moment..
Raw Story

Health Insurance CEO On Expanding Coverage

NPR's Scott Simon talks with Michael Neidorff, CEO of the health insurance company Centene Corporation, which has expanded coverage on the insurance marketplace even as other insurers have withdrawn.

Jimmy Kimmel Offers Update on Infant Son's Health

Billy was born with a congenital heart condition that required surgery to fix, and it was a trying time for the family. [...] he praised the Affordable Care Act and urged Republican lawmakers not to..

Reassured For Life, an Alberta Life Insurance Brokerage, is Now Open

A new insurance brokerage opens to service Alberta’s families and small businesses. Edmonton, AB (PRWEB) July 21, 2017 Reassured For Life (http://www.reassured.ca), is now open. “Reassured..

Doctors' group tells Senate to fix, not repeal 'Obamacare'

CHICAGO (AP) — The nation's largest doctors' group urged senators on Friday to stop trying to repeal or replace Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act and instead begin a bipartisan effort to stabilize..

Every former CBO director just called out the 'recent attacks on the integrity and professionalism of the agency'

every former cbo director just called out the 'recent attacks on the integrity and professionalism of the agency'
Every single former director of the Congressional Budget Office signed onto a letter to Congress that called out some of the "recent attacks on the integrity and professionalism of the agency and on..
Business Insider

Meet our Best Places to Work finalists: This medical marijuana company grows its team through health insurance

We're introducing our 34 Best Places to Work finalists daily leading up to our awards event Aug. 17 at Main Event Entertainment, where our Best Places rankings will be revealed. Our survey partner,..

Kinnevik invests a further USD 65 million in Betterment

*Kinnevik AB (publ) ("Kinnevik") today announced an investment of USD 65m into Betterment LLC ("Betterment"), the largest independent automated investing service company in the United States, as the..

Fact Check: Trump Made Several Misleading Claims in Times Interview

President Trump distorted health insurance, the F.B.I.’s relationship to the president, the biography of his deputy attorney general and French history.

Amid Health Care Fight, Trump Says Insurance Costs '$12 A Year'

amid health care fight, trump says insurance costs '$12 a year'
Watch VideoPresident Trump left reporters scratching their heads after his interview with The New York Times. When talking about health insurance, the prices he used were way off. Trump said,..

Who are Oregon's health care visionaries?

The Portland Business Journal's Health Care of the Future event has morphed over the past two years into one of the region's premiere health care gatherings. It has featured nationally renowned..

Insurance hikes in store for most as Oregon approves rates

Final health insurance rates for 2018 in Oregon are out, and they’re basically unchanged from regulators’ preliminary decision last month. For the seven companies in the individual market, the rate..

Math is not the friend of the Republican Party

Math is not the friend of the Republican Party. As the GOP leadership fights to find the votes from Trumpcare, the bill that just won’t die, the Congressional Budget Office issued two new scores..
L.A. Times

Health insurer plans Alabama expansion, will partner with Brookwood

A new player is planning to enter the Birmingham health insurance market, and it has already established a partnership with a major local health provider. Bright Health has filed with the federal..

CBO Says Revised Senate Plan Would Increase Uninsured by 22 Million

The number of people without health insurance would rise by 22 million in a decade if a revised Senate Republican bill replaced large parts of the Affordable Care Act, according to a report from the..
Wall Street Journal

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Editor: Paul Grant 1 202 898 8322 Picture Desk: Singapore 65 6870 3775 Graphics queries: 65 6870 3595 (All times GMT/ET) TOP STORIES U. S. Senate's imperiled healthcare bill would leave 22 million..

US policy could see 22m lose healthcare

Some 22 million Americans could end up without health insurance in under a decade under the latest Republican policy proposal.

U.S. Senate's imperiled healthcare bill would leave 22 million uninsured: CBO

The latest version of U. S. Senate Republicans' legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act would leave 22 million Americans without health insurance coverage by 2026, the U. S...

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