July 2009

IMPROVE Bill seeks to fight Medicare fraud - News-Medical.net

IMPROVE Bill seeks to fight Medicare fraud
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Minnesota Public Radio reports: "Sen. Amy Klobuchar, [D-Minn.] says she hopes to include legislation to prevent Medicare fraud in the health reform bill being debated in Washington.
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Q+A: Co-ops in focus in US healthcare debate - Reuters


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Q+A: Co-ops in focus in US healthcare debate
Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US lawmakers debating a huge overhaul of the nation's healthcare system are increasingly focusing on proposals that healthcare cooperatives could be formed to help provide medical coverage.
House Democrats make a healthcare deal Los Angeles Times
Dem leaders, 'Blue Dogs' compromise San Francisco Chronicle
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For starters, Baker jabs at Patrick - Boston Globe


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For starters, Baker jabs at Patrick
Boston Globe
By Matt Viser Republican Charles D. Baker Jr. officially entered the governor's race yesterday, filing his paperwork with the state and then swiftly launching into an attack on Governor Deval Patrick's handling of the budget and economy.
Broadside: Charlie Baker on governor's race NECN
Baker welcomes primary fight against Mihos Boston Herald
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Obama birthplace: White House, Hawaii bat down persistent 'birther … - Chicago Tribune


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Obama birthplace: White House, Hawaii bat down persistent 'birther
Chicago Tribune
WASHINGTON - — It is the Internet-fueled rumor that has been discredited but will not die: Barack Obama is not a naturally born US citizen and therefore is constitutionally unable to be president.
Birthers, the Few, the Proud, Riling Capitol Hill Washington Post
Right-wing fringe claims Obama ineligible for presidency AFP
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Tens of Thousands Lobby Congress to Exclude Abortion from Health … - Christian Post


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Tens of Thousands Lobby Congress to Exclude Abortion from Health
Christian Post
By Eric Young Americans by the tens of thousands are making it clear to Congress that any health care legislation being considered should exclude abortion as a mandatory health benefit.
Abortion and health care Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
Gov't Health Care Plan Is Abortion Industry Bailout Say House GOP'ers Talk Radio News Service
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No political race in sight, but Hillary Clinton's camp is election … - New York Daily News


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No political race in sight, but Hillary Clinton's camp is election
New York Daily News
BY Michael Mcauliff Hillary Clinton says running for future office isn't on her radar, but she's got an army of campaign staffers and millions of dollars on hand, so do you believe her?
Video: Health Care's Big Nothing Fox Business
Hillary Clinton Raised Millions for Presidential Campaign Debt ABC News
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Health Care Reform Becoming The Nightmare Before Recess - Talk Radio News Service

Health Care Reform Becoming The Nightmare Before Recess
Talk Radio News Service
By Joseph Russell- Talk Radio News Service There are at least two things lawmakers agree upon in Washington regarding health care reform.
Rep. Boehner & Gov. Pawlenty Release Report Showing Washington Docuticker
GOP lawmakers say reform costs would hit states ModernHealthcare.com
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Saturday afternoon caucuses in 2010 will be a first for parties - DesMoinesRegister.com

Saturday afternoon caucuses in 2010 will be a first for parties
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By THOMAS BEAUMONT • tbeaumont@dmreg.com • July 29, 2009 Iowa Republicans and Democrats agreed Tuesday to schedule next year's party caucuses for a Saturday afternoon in January, a first aimed at increasing participation in the lightly attended midterm
Iowa caucus moves to weekend ConnectTriStates.com powered by KHQA
Iowa to hold '10 caucuses on Saturday afternoon Jewish Telegraphic Agency
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North Carolina companies spend big to influence health bill - MiamiHerald.com

North Carolina companies spend big to influence health bill
MiamiHerald.com
By Barbara Barrett WASHINGTON - When President Barack Obama comes to Raleigh, NC, Wednesday, he'll visit a state heavily invested in the health care debate and spending millions to shape its outcome.
McIntyre out Politico
McIntyre Out of North Carolina Senate Race CQPolitics.com
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Democrats Face 'Peril,' Opportunity for Health Plan - Bloomberg


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Democrats Face 'Peril,' Opportunity for Health Plan
Bloomberg
By Kristin Jensen and Edwin Chen July 27 (Bloomberg) — President Barack Obama and Democratic leaders are trying to salvage health-care legislation as disputes within their own party stall progress on the president's top domestic priority.
Obama should Go for All 60 votes Politico
How a healthcare overhaul could affect you Los Angeles Times
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