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"… s in It for Me? What Everyone Needs to Know About the Affordable Care Act. …"

"… taxpayer-supplied pot of gold and want to make doubly sure that nobody in Washington dares take it away. The pot of gold is the Medicare Advantage program, wh …"

"… leaving to become CEO of EmblemHealth, a New York insurance company. This Washington version of musical chairs should have been clear from the way lawmakers on …"

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"… a senior vice president at Public Knowledge, a consumer advocacy group in Washington that supported a larger reserve, said the set aside “isn’t aggressive …"

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"… security managing editor R. Jeffrey Smith contributed to this article from Washington. …"

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"… w About the Affordable Care Act. …"

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"… . The officials’ aim was instead to hit a small group of policymakers in Washington with enough political pressure to ensure that the laboratory’s managers …"

"… d senator. Meetings were held, emails were sent, letters were written, and Washington-based corporate staff was enlisted, all with the aim of keeping the Lockhe …"

"… man’s investigators they were merely  trying to inform officials in Washington about the work they were doing, an explanation Friedman said was contradic …"

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"… umes he believed had ruined his health. The negative responses fielded in Washington, however, far exceeded the positive; members of Congress from conservative …"

"… the ire of labor and triggered a vigil on behalf of brown lung victims in Washington. Murray Finley, president of the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers …"

"… in congressional testimony in 2007, when he was a professor at George Washington University. Wodka, who, with his firebrand boss, Tony Mazzocchi, filed a …"

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"… sp;is now again a partner at Covington & Burling LLP, one of Washington, D.C.’s more prominent law firms. “It’s all bad — it’s bad for …"

"… ssioners — two Republicans, two Democrats and an independent — mirrors Washington state’s reasonably collegial congressional redistricting commission and …"

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"… tax — so much so that the industry has spent $109.7 million lobbying in Washington since the it went into effect, according to MapLight, a nonprofit group th …"

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"… grity he could not explain the discrepancy. Roshan's tight connections to Washington Roshan served as Afghanistan’s ambassador to Pakistan from 1992 to 1994 …"

"… for special praise in a July 2013 speech at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington. “Today, we have more than 8 million children in schools with over 30 pe …"

"… ut “key elements of the design” of the larger educational project that Washington was financing, and said that this had hampered progress. “We were just c …"

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"… popular, followed closely by several other western states, such as Oregon, Washington and Arizona. Ohio typically sees one or two statewide measures per year. …"

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"… too much for nearly half of a sample of patients enrolled at PacifiCare of Washington State, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group. The heavily redacted audit was …"

"… In June 2008, officials picked five health plans, including PacifiCare of Washington, Inc., for pilot RADV audits. Details on the four other audits appear to h …"

"… found in the sample of 201 patients would be applied to the PacifiCare of Washington plan. That could have dramatically boosted the penalty. But somewhere bet …"

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"… erence to ideology has made it impossible for Democrats and Republicans in Washington to even have a civil conversation about how to expand access to care and r …"

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"… e Derek Turner, research director at Free Press, a media advocacy group in Washington. “Indeed, the issue of the cable industry's power to harm online video c …"

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"… ries: explanatory and business. This month the ICIJ has also won the Washington-based Institute on Political Journalism’s 2015 Excellence in Econom …"

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"… care Advantage plans also have proven to be a formidable lobbying force in Washington able to repeatedly beat back any efforts by the government to cut payment …"

"… “Millions of seniors across the country have made their voices heard in Washington, and more than 340 members of Congress have stood in support of Medicare A …"

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"… of the 6,500 health plan recipients. By mid-afternoon, a CMS official in Washington noted that shares in three major Medicare Advantage insurers had “shot u …"

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"… Daniel Poneman resigned and left the department’s Forrestal Building in Washington, he started a new job eleven miles away as president of a troubled corpora …"

"… Department of Energy, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and elsewhere in Washington. In 2014 alone, USEC-Centrus spent more than $1.6 million on lobbying, inc …"

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"… ironmental Protection Agency. It was states such as California, Maine and Washington — as opposed to the EPA — that took action to curb the use of flame re …"

"… babies Heimbach identified didn’t exist, a finding verified by Washington state’s Medical Quality Assurance Commission. “I can’t say that I …"

"… sp;Among them was a tentative ACC agenda for a two-day meeting in its Washington, D.C., offices in July 2011 to discuss flame retardant issues. Gillham is …"

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"… t Go If The Fuel Don’t Flow.” But Charboneau, 31, a mother of two from Washington state, felt alienated after a supervisor’s harsh rebuke. Her work w …"

"… ervice member, according to court documents. An Army captain from Tacoma, Washington, named Cedar Lanmon, who served in Iraq on two deployments from 2004 to 20 …"

"… mon served one year in federal prison and was released on Sept.11, 2009. A Washington state phone number under his name had been disconnected when the Center fo …"

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"… ing up.” Items I’ve noted in the past week include Guardian Washington reporter Dan Roberts with a colorful piece on who was …"

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"… t the Affordable Care Act. …"

"… n created with funding from insurance companies  by APCO Worldwide, a Washington influence firm with a long history of running front groups for its clients …"

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"… “Millions of seniors across the country have made their voices heard in Washington, and more than 340 members of Congress have stood in support of Medicare A …"

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"… additive road doesn’t go anywhere, what do I do?” asked Stuart Pape, a Washington, D.C., attorney who consults for companies that manufacture food additives …"

"… hael Taylor, the FDA’s Deputy Commissioner for Foods, told the Washington Post last year. Meanwhile, industry scientists and lawyers contend t …"

"… Loko were unsafe. Some states like New York, Utah, Oklahoma, Michigan and Washington banned the sale of the beverages before the FDA acted. Two months after Ru …"

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"… ished in the spring of 1959 by friends and admirers of the late syndicated Washington columnist, who wrote about national affairs. It was to be given annually f …"

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"… re reform debate, for example, America’s Health Insurance Plans, a large Washington-based trade group I used to work with—I was a member of its strategic co …"

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"… than 40 states had enacted bills to force insurers to end the practice. In Washington, Congress passed the “Newborns’ and Mothers’ Health Protection Act. …"

"… provider,” Dr Lenna Liu, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington, told CNN in 1997. “It's not a decision that administrators or managed c …"

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"… his head would be to sell everything else. Across the country in Ephrata, Washington, Kirk and Patricia Ackley sat down to close on a new mobile home, only to …"

"… denied A couple years after moving into their new mobile home in Ephrata, Washington, Kirk Ackley was injured in a backhoe rollover. Unable to work, he and his …"

"… r, has protected its interests vigorously. Clayton Homes is represented in Washington by the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), a trade group that has a Clay …"

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"… vice, most Americans don’t have much of a choice. Consider the Seattle, Washington, metropolitan area, which includes Bellevue, Tacoma and Redmond. The area …"

"… said Danielle Kehl, a policy analyst at the Open Technology Institute in Washington, D.C., and one of the authors of a study that also found U.S. broadband pr …"

"… eporter with the International Consortium for Investigative Journalists in Washington, D.C., contributed to this report. This story was co-published with The V …"

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"… 2011 complaint by watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington against Republican Herman Cain's presidential campaign — as is a separat …"

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"… ted by Corinthian columns stand watch over the White House in the heart of Washington, D.C., is taking the long view. Perhaps that's a natural strategy for an i …"

"… The U.S. Chamber of Commerce describes itself as businesses’ “voice in Washington, D.C.” It’s also their army for hire. But it doesn’t come cheap. T …"

"… tics, the business lobby finds itself navigating an increasingly polarized Washington, though the Chamber also sits at the center of a debate over whether it’ …"

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