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White House revises contraception opt out

(CNN) – The Obama administration announced revisions to the Obamacare contraception mandate so that nonprofit religious organizations can opt out of signing a release form to avoid covering birth control and workers for those nonprofits are able to obtain separate contraception coverage without a copay. 353 more words

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Dueling Rulings Hasten Obamacare's Almost Certain Path Back to the Supreme Court

For National Review OnlineHans A. von Spakovsky writes: And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen: two different federal courts of appeal, issuing completely contradictory rulings on the very same day, on the very same issue. 428 more words

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Dueling Opinions on Obamacare

Two separate federal courts hearing two separate cases issued contradictory opinions Tuesday regarding the legality of subsidies being provided to people in states with federally-run health care exchanges, and Obamacare and all its embarrassments are back in the news. 715 more words


Obamacare rulings: Two courts differ on heath insurance subsidies, but the bad decision will soon be reversed.

One more reason I feel confident that the D.C. Circuit’s three-judge panel is on the losing end of this tug of war: Obamacare is increasingly popular. 158 more words

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Halbig v. Burwell Ruling: Anti-Obamacare Lawsuit Could Backfire on GOP | New Republic

There’s no use sugarcoating it: An adverse Supreme Court ruling would throw the ACA into chaos in three dozen states, including huge states like Florida and Texas. 275 more words

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Halbig and King Rulings: What They Mean for Obamacare | New Republic

If somehow the case made it to the Supreme Court and the lawsuit prevailed there, those 7.3 million people would stop receiving federal money. Without that assistance, they’d suddenly have to pay hundreds, even thousands of dollars more for their insurance. 247 more words

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One Nit Successfully Picked

By all accounts Ronald Reagan was a pleasant fellow, and he was thoroughly sincere about what he believed without being a jerk about it. Those who thought that what he believed was dangerous nonsense still liked that man. 3,505 more words