Month: March 2012

House G.O.P. Budget Riles Some on the Right, and Democrats See a Campaign Issue

By Jonathan Weiseman, New York Times

WASHINGTON — House Republicans pressed forward on Wednesday with a politically freighted budget and tax plan, taking fire from the left and the right, as well as from the powerful senior citizens lobby, AARP, which said the plan “lacks balance” and “jeopardizes the health and economic security of older Americans.”

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House G.O.P. Lays Down Marker With New Budget Plan

By Jonathan Weisman, New York Times

WASHINGTON — House Republicans thrust their vision of a smaller government, a flatter tax code and a free-market Medicare system into the 2012 election season on Tuesday, banking that fears over surging federal deficits will trump longstanding voter allegiances to popular government programs.

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Pre-existing Conditions Exclusions

When HealthCare Reform goes into full effect starting January 1, 2014 no healthplan, either sold privately or through the …

Health Insurance Exchange Markets: What You Need To Know

By Susan E. Matthews, Everyday Health Staff Writer MONDAY, September 30, 2013 — Congress may still be debating particulars …

Important healthcare benefit information for federal employees

  Federal Employee Health Benefits and Healthcare Reform As it stands today only those federal employees who are members …