User: newstrust Topic: Health Care
Category: Insurance Industry
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Tax them, not us, interest groups say to Congress' health care overhaul proposals 14.10.2009 Star Tribune: Politics
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Health care bill clears hurdle, gains GOP vote 14.10.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
WASHINGTON -- Historic legislation to expand U.S. health care and control costs won its first Republican supporter Tuesday and cleared a key Senate hurdle, a double-barreled triumph that propelled President Barack Obama's signature issue toward votes this fall in both houses of Congress.
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Health Care Reform Negotiators Tackle Bills 14.10.2009 WCCO: National
Health care talks slip back behind closed doors Wednesday as Senate leaders start trying to merge two very different bills into a new version that can get the 60 votes needed to guarantee its passage.
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Snowe: Health care bill a 'good place to start' 14.10.2009 AP Politics
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Olympia Snowe, the only Republican to support the Finance Committee's health care bill, said Wednesday she could foresee a government-run plan that would "kick in" if private insurers fail to live up to expectations....
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Snowe: Health care bill a 'good place to start' 14.10.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Snowe: Health care bill a 'good place to start'
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Health Care Snowe Job 14.10.2009 American Spectator
Health Care Snowe Job
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Panel approves health bill months in the making 14.10.2009 Boston Globe: Page One
Panel approves health bill months in the making
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Health care legislation taking shape in Congress; details still being negotiated 14.10.2009 Star Tribune: Politics
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Health care legislation back behind closed doors 14.10.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Health care legislation back behind closed doors
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A look at health care plans in Congress 14.10.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
A look at health care plans in Congress
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Interest groups battle to deflect health taxes 14.10.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Interest groups battle to deflect health taxes
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Where things stand with health care overhaul 14.10.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Where things stand with health care overhaul
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A look at health care plans in Congress 14.10.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
A look at health care plans in Congress
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Where things stand with health care overhaul 14.10.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
Where things stand with health care overhaul
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Interest groups battle to deflect health taxes 14.10.2009 AP Politics
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Insurance companies, unions, medical device makers and others in the health care industry are furiously lobbying lawmakers to shift burdens onto someone else - anyone else - before they find themselves saddled with billions of dollars in taxes under new health care legislation....
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Insurers emerge as Obama's top foe 14.10.2009 Twincities.com: Nation
WASHINGTON — Now they have an enemy.
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Insurers now Obama’s top foe on health bill 14.10.2009 MSNBC
Attacks on the leading Democratic reform plan by the insurance lobby left little doubt that the White House and America's insurance companies have abandoned any real hope of compromise. ...
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Insurers emerge as Obama's top foe in overhaul effort 14.10.2009 San Jose Mercury News: National News
WASHINGTON — Now, they have an enemy. For months, President Barack Obama and his administration waged their fight for a health-care overhaul without a clear opponent, even courting the industry executives and interest groups that helped kill reform efforts 15 years ago.
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Finance committee passes health care overhaul with one GOP vote 14.10.2009 San Jose Mercury News: News
WASHINGTON — As the last of five congressional committees completed work Tuesday on a health care reform package, lawmakers braced for a debate before the full House and Senate about whether Americans are ready to embrace the far-reaching changes necessary to extend coverage to millions of
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Health Insurers Emerge as Obama's Top Foe in Reform Effort 14.10.2009 Washington Post: Congress
Now they have an enemy. For months, President Obama and his administration waged their fight for a health-care overhaul without a clear opponent, even courting the industry executives and interest groups that helped kill reform efforts 15 years ago.

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