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"… s so far given him $86,000. Among Walker's top out-of-state donors are two health insurance companies — Indiana-based Anthem Inc., which gave $81,000, and Kentucky- …"

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"… congressional member voting records on legislation related to abortion and health insurance, among other issues. $10,000: How much money Ed Rollins, co-chairman of t …"

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"… fordable Care Act’s individual mandate, which required Americans without health insurance to purchase it or pay a penalty to the Internal Revenue Service. Without t …"

"… ich expires at the end of this year, some taxpayers will choose not to buy health insurance. Low-income workers who opt out will lose the tax-credit subsidy the gover …"

"… re tax credit because Americans who qualify for it can still choose to buy health insurance and get the subsidy, and the credit isn’t directly paid to them. They a …"

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"… , a former Cigna Corp. lobbyist whose husband still works there, while the health insurance company was negotiating a merger agreement with Anthem — a deal that the …"

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"… Aetna-Humana and Cigna-Anthem — would shrink the major players in U.S. health insurance from five to three. ‘We are in real danger here’ Often underfunded an …"

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"… eryone Needs to Know About the Affordable Care Act. …"

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"… gton’s notorious revolving door was in full swing again last week as the health insurance industry snagged another top federal official to help it get what it wants …"

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"… ee big reasons for the recent spate of corporate marriage proposals in the health insurance business, and not one of them has anything to do with Obamacare. Size matt …"

"… ars to increase their presence in the program. A shrinking employer-based health insurance market: Although the vast majority of Americans with private health i …"

"… nsurance market: Although the vast majority of Americans with private health insurance get their coverage through the workplace, employers no longer present insu …"

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"… eet was to begin shifting more and more of the cost of health care — and health insurance — to their customers. That meant that sick policyholders in particular w …"

"… so undoubtedly has contributed to a very troubling phenomenon: people with health insurance who are no longer getting the care they need because they don’t have eno …"

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"… t financially—are the top executives and shareholders of the country’s health insurance companies. Among those who apparently have not yet benefited much at all, …"

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"… . The law currently requires employers with 50 or more workers to provide health insurance to most of their full-time employees. The mandate will go into effect this …"

"… Changing it to 40 hours would mean that many folks would likely lose their health insurance. The tradeoffs are complicated, but ultimately, people needing insurance …"

"… uld increase the number of people getting coverage through Medicaid or the health insurance exchanges by between 500,000 to 1 million. And about half a million would …"

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"… One often-cited criticism of the law is that it requires most of us to buy health insurance. The so-called “individual mandate” is especially despised by today’ …"

"… st 60 percent of a policyholder’s medical bills (the bronze plans on the health insurance exchanges), and sets a limit on the deductibles and total out-of-pocket ex …"

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"… they are currently structured. But the large corporations dominating the health insurance landscape bear little resemblance to the companies they were when they fir …"

"… ut I am willing to bet that in a few years, they will not be providing our health insurance coverage — at least in the way they do now. Instead, they will have tran …"

"… ust a life insurer — MetLife, Prudential and Travelers. All were selling health insurance by this time. But within a year or so after I joined Cigna, Wall Street de …"

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"… onal insurer. I predict that the big for-profits will eventually cede the health insurance marketplace to nonprofit insurers and provider-led organizations like ACOs …"

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"… And I know I always will be. Over the course of a two-decade career as a health insurance executive, I spent hours and hours implementing my industry’s ongoing pr …"

"… provincial governments to create the country’s publicly funded universal health insurance system — known as Medicare — our lawmakers in Washington were establis …"

"… ut everybody in every audience I stood before gasped when I told them that health insurance premiums in the U.S. increased 131 percent between 1999 and 2009 — the m …"

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"… e good news from last week was that 8 million Americans have signed up for health insurance through the Obamacare-created exchanges. The not so good news is that beca …"

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"… ble digits later this year, that initiative just might pass. …"

"… hcare that, there will “undoubtedly be remarkable price increases” for health insurance sold through the Obamacare-created exchanges, I remembered the outrage his …"

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"… ate. That provision — the requirement that Americans enroll in a private health insurance plan if they are not eligible for a government program like Medicare or Me …"

"… he way it should be, (the law) will result in more people having access to health insurance, and improve the health status of our citizens," Sullivan told the Montgom …"

"… g the charge against Obamacare today — “had the similar concept of the health insurance exchange.” That plan also would have provided subsidies to help low-inco …"

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"… paign taking shape. But let’s first go back to the spring of 2007. Both health insurance premiums and the number of uninsured Americans were continuing to skyrocke …"

"… ystal clear the point that Americans were losing confidence in the private health insurance market. As I described in my book, Deadly Spin, McInturff’s first slide …"

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"… le to compare one plan with another. It also established federal and state health insurance “exchanges” to make shopping for coverage more convenient and less str …"

"… coverage more affordable and to reduce the complexity that has defined the health insurance industry for decades. “Coverage is not as affordable as many people nee …"

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"… open enrollment ends on March 31, if you want to get coverage through the health insurance marketplace and avoid having to pay a penalty, you should log on sooner ra …"

"… st minute to do. Lawmakers who wrote the Affordable Care Act fell for the health insurance industry’s insistence that Americans want “choice and competition.” …"

"… director of the Health Care for All Colorado Foundation, knows more about health insurance than most of us. She spent quite a bit of time last fall on the Colorado e …"

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"… cket limit for any health plan offered on the state and federally operated health insurance exchanges is $6,350 for an individual and $12,700 for a family. While tha …"

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"… me together in an effort to convince the government to reduce employers’ health insurance obligations and narrow workers’ eligibility for employer-sponsored healt …"

"… oalition was created by an executive committee of trade associations and a health insurance giant to “coalesce on a common thread” of problems presented by incons …"

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"… p over it. …"

"… ll choose of their own free will not to stay in jobs because they need the health insurance. Over the years, both Democrats and Republicans have pledged to …"

"… be known as “job lock,” a phenomenon unique to the U.S. employer-based health insurance system. What “job lock” means is that people stay in jobs they often h …"

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"… r that drop is the Obamacare-like requirement that most residents must get health insurance or pay a penalty. But while bringing more people into coverage can help r …"

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