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Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
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  • Little Sisters hopeful after Supreme Court stays Obamacare birth control mandate

    Little Sisters hopeful after Supreme Court stays Obamacare birth control mandate
    A Roman Catholic order of nuns who care for the elderly poor was hopeful Wednesday after the Supreme Court temporarily blocked an Obamacare provision that would have required it to authorize birth control coverage for employees starting with the new year....
  • O'Malley to push emergency bill to provide retroactive health coverage

    O'Malley to push emergency bill to provide retroactive health coverage
    The O'Malley administration will propose emergency legislation to provide retroactive health coverage to people who tried to sign up by the end of the year but were stymied by the technical problems that have plagued Maryland's online insurance exchange....
  • U.S. asks Supreme Court not to extend Catholics' contraception exemption

    U.S. asks Supreme Court not to extend Catholics' contraception exemption
    The Obama administration argued Friday that the Affordable Care Act contains sufficient protections for nonprofits that object to providing health coverage for contraception and urged the Supreme Court to reject an appeal from a Catonsville-based Catholic...
  • Hey Rick Perry: Don't mess with Maryland

    Hey Rick Perry: Don't mess with Maryland
    Oh, Rick Perry. How we've missed you. The hair. The boots. Seems like there was a third thing, but we forget. The Texas governor's flameout in the 2012 Republican nominating process came well before Maryland's GOP primary — I mean, how early do we...
  • Q&A with Maryland's health-care reform chief

    Q&A with Maryland's health-care reform chief
    Carolyn Quattrocki may not be well known to most Marylanders, but she is a longtime Annapolis insider. So it’s not surprising that the former special assistant to then-Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr. and former deputy legislative officer under...
  • Cheating and the hungry

    Cheating and the hungry
    The recent indictment of 10 Baltimore business owners or operators on charges of stealing more than $7 million from the food stamp program is a welcome development but badly timed. No doubt it will be used as fodder by House Republicans angling to take...
  • Confusion, misinformation hinder health outreach

    Confusion, misinformation hinder health outreach
    Carol Cain tries to ignore the two lumps in her throat, but some days it's hard because they swell and are tender to the touch. The 59-year-old, who makes a small income watching her grandchildren, hasn't seen a doctor about the problem because she...
  • Mikulski backs Brown in primary for Maryland governor

    Mikulski backs Brown in primary for Maryland governor
    U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski threw her support behind Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown on Sunday in the 2014 governor’s race, praising him as “a man of honor and a man of commitment." For Mikulski, her endorsement of Brown and his running mate,...
  • Obama to visit Prince George's County next week

    Obama to visit Prince George's County next week
    President Barack Obama will travel to Prince George's County on Thursday to discuss health care days before health insurance exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act will open for business, a White House official said Saturday. Obama will...
  • GOP stands up for insurance company profits

     GOP stands up for insurance company profits
    The Sun's recent coverage of the House Republicans' campaign against Obamacare ("House GOP: Defund health law or shutter government," Sept. 19) offers a good example of Congressional Republican hypocrisy. In the article, Rep. Marlin Stutzman of Indiana is...
  • Chase Brexton moves to new headquarters as it expands its reach

    Chase Brexton moves to new headquarters as it expands its reach
    When it first opened its doors in 1978, Chase Brexton was a small operation of volunteers started to address the new AIDS epidemic and its effect on gay men, the population most hit at the time by the disease. The organization has since grown into one...
  • Howard prepares for health care enrollment to open Oct. 1

    Howard prepares for health care enrollment to open Oct. 1
    As Congress bickers over the future of the Affordable Care Act in Washington, Howard County is gearing up for one of the law's big milestones. On Oct. 1, open enrollment for health coverage under the act, passed in 2010 and commonly known as Obamacare,...