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Kathleen Sebelius

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  • Administration opens first hole in health law mandate

    WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration has opened a small, but potentially important, hole in a key requirement of the new healthcare law, letting some people who have had insurance policies cancelled avoid the requirement to buy coverage next year. The...
  • Haar: In Oval Office, Leonardi Tries To Defuse Obamacare Issue

    Two big issues dogging the rollout of Obamacare have come into focus this week as the Connecticut insurance commissioner met with President Obama on the sticky question of insurers dropping health plans, and the state's exchange gave a breakdown that...
  • 'Core' of Obamacare is working, president says

    WASHINGTON – Despite the problems plaguing the rollout of Obamacare, the “core of the law” is working and “more than half a million Americans have enrolled” in health plans so far in December, President Obama said Friday....
  • A real Obamacare fix: Let thirtysomethings sign up for Medicare

    A <em>real</em> Obamacare fix: Let thirtysomethings sign up for Medicare
    The Affordable Care Act may have just gotten a little more affordable. Or did it? The Obama administration announced Thursday night that individuals whose health insurance plans are being canceled under the new provisions of Obamacare will be eligible...
  • Five things to know about today's Obamacare enrollment deadline

    WASHINGTON -- Midnight on Monday is the much-talked-of deadline for Americans to enroll in health plans that will be effective Jan. 1. Here are five key facts to keep in mind. 1. It's a deadline -- sort of. Monday is the last day to sign up for...
  • Democratic senators who won with Obama's help may not want it now

    Democratic senators who won with Obama's help may not want it now
    NASHUA, N.H. — For better or worse, they are the class of Obama. Eight Democratic senators swept into office partly on Barack Obama's 2008 coattails are facing their first reelection bid without the benefit of having the president on the ballot...
  • Corporate backing is helping Obamacare go mainstream

    Corporate backing is helping Obamacare go mainstream
    WASHINGTON — Fans of the Jet City Rollergirls are hearing public announcements about Obamacare when they go to the roller derby track north of Seattle. Univision, the nation's largest Spanish-language television network, is airing half-hour...
  • Fixes make federal healthcare website better but far from perfect

    WASHINGTON — Two months after its disastrous debut, the federal website for enrolling Americans in health insurance under President Obama's healthcare law has improved markedly, and many consumers are now likely to be able to use it to select...
  • No, Obamacare's problems aren't a threat to liberalism

    No, Obamacare's problems aren't a threat to liberalism
    Matthew Yglesias this week has jumped on one of the more discreditable bandwagons of Obamacare revisionism: the notion that the failure of the enrollment website, HealthCare.gov, has done near permanent damage to progressive principles.  A lot of that...
  • 10 Republican senators want Sebelius fired over Obamacare rollout

    WASHINGTON - Ten Republican senators have called on President Obama to fire Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who is overseeing the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and its troubled website. Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and...
  • Saving Obamacare from the website disaster: A smart proposal

    Saving Obamacare from the website disaster: A smart proposal
    With dire reports of the Obamacare website's dysfunction rising by the hour--and the deadlines for signing up for insurance moving nearer by the day--the question on everyone's lips is: Has the time come to delay the individual mandate? Health...
  • The food stamp bomb falls as Congress plays games

    The food stamp bomb falls as Congress plays games
    No one expected Congress to step in and avert the sharp cuts in food stamp benefits that kicked in  Friday. We're beyond expecting anything from this Congress on short notice except for grandstanding and spurts of inaction. But it's proper to remind...