Insurance companies will now be required to provide women with free birth control under the Affordable Care Act.
Today, the CMS today issued quality and financial performance results showing that Medicare Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have improved patient care and produced hundreds of millions of dollars in savings for the program.
Is there any accountability in American politics for being completely wrong? Is there any cost to those who say things that turn out not to be true and then, when their fabrications or false predictions are exposed, calmly move on to concocting new claims as if they had never made the old ones?
In the world of big lawsuits, they call it “air traffic control”: One person, or organization, becomes the point person for recruiting plaintiffs, coordinating multiple legal briefs, and ensuring that everyone submits their filings on time.
Late last week, a federal court permanently struck down Arkansas’ restrictive 12-week abortion ban in an opinion that affirms, yet again, fetal viability as a constitutional bright line in judging abortion restrictions.
The CBO released its new budget and economic projections today, and here’s the finding everybody is talking about: By 2024, the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) will reduce full time-equivalent employment by about 2.5 million workers.