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Obamacare Has Another Rough Day in Court

By 6.10.11

DOJ attorneys face palpable skepticism in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.  

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Survival of the Well-Connected

By 5.25.11

Obamacare is all about winners and the rest of you.

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Obama on Drugs

By 5.9.11

The President wants to "cut costs" by making Granny skip her meds.

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Avastin’s Double-Header

By 4.29.11

It's one anyone interested in the health of his health care will be watching.

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Supreme Court Allows Obamacare to Metastasize

By 4.26.11

With 11 words, the Court may have assured PPACA's future as the driver of U.S. health care.  

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IPAB Is an Acronym for ‘Death Panel’

By 4.22.11

Obamacare's "Independent Payment Advisory Board" was created to deny care to seniors.

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Supreme Court to Consider Obamacare Case Friday

By 4.14.11

Justices scheduled to discuss Virginia's petition for certiorari at April 15 conference.

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King Barack’s Waivers

By 4.8.11

Special dispensations from the law of the land would be familiar to any medieval monarch.

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Obamacare and the Law’s Delay

By 3.25.11

The DOJ asks the Supreme Court to abet its delay strategy on Obamacare litigation.

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An Obamacare Anniversary Bridge

By 3.23.11

If not for its waivers, including the very corrupt Bridges to Reform for California, it would have no accomplishments.