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Health Care Reform Implementation Update – October 22, 2013

 After 16 days of government shutdown, Congress voted to reopen the government and avert default without defundingthe Affordable Care Act, delaying the individual mandate, stripping the medical device tax from the law or requiring members of Congress and their staffs to

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Posted in ACA, Affordable Care Act, Articles, debt ceiling, doc fix, exchange, Government Shutdown, Health Care Reform Implementation Updates, HHS, Kathleen Sebelius, Medicaid expansion, MedPAC, SGR, Washington, D.C.

Every Word Matters – 10/17/13

Every word should matter, but in today’s media frenzy, the most important policymakers’ words often get lost or distorted. Here’s our daily, unfiltered roundup of the most important tweets by those shaping policy today, straight from them in 140 characters

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Posted in Articles, debt ceiling, Government Shutdown, immigration reform, Washington, D.C.

Infrastructure Alert – October 16, 2013

The government shutdown has now entered its third week, and the debt limit has become a central part of negotiations. Many infrastructure programs have grinded to a halt, as inspections, environmental review and rule-making personnel have largely been furloughed. While the emerging

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Posted in Articles, debt ceiling, FAA, gas tax, Government Shutdown, High-Speed Rail, Highway Trust Fund, NTSB, Washington, D.C., WRDA, WRRDA

Every Word Matters – 10/15/13

Every word should matter, but in today’s media frenzy, the most important policymakers’ words often get lost or distorted. Here’s our daily, unfiltered roundup of the most important tweets by those shaping policy today, straight from them in 140 characters

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Posted in Articles, debt ceiling, Every Word Matters, Government Shutdown, Washington, D.C.

Health Care Reform Implementation Update – October 10, 2013

 It is now the second week the exchanges have been open and the second week the government has been partially closed. The exchanges still have glitches, and Congress still has not agreed on a way to fund the government, although

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Posted in ACA, Affordable Care Act, Articles, continuing resolution, debt ceiling, exchange, Health Care Reform Implementation Updates, health insurance marketplaces, HHS, Medicaid, Medicaid expansion, Medicare, MedPAC, Washington, D.C.

Every Word Matters – 10/10/2013

Every word should matter, but in today’s media frenzy, the most important policymakers’ words often get lost or distorted. Here’s our daily, unfiltered roundup of the most important tweets by those shaping policy today, straight from them in 140 characters

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Posted in Articles, debt ceiling, Government Shutdown, Washington, D.C.

Every Word Matters – 10/8/13

Every word should matter, but in today’s media frenzy, the most important policymakers’ words often get lost or distorted. Here’s our daily, unfiltered roundup of the most important tweets by those shaping policy today, straight from them in 140 characters

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Posted in Articles, debt ceiling, Government Shutdown, Washington, D.C.
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