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ABLE Accounts for Disabled Individuals

The Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 (TIPA), signed into law by the President on December 19, 2014, provides for a new type of tax-advantaged savings program to help meet the financial needs of disabled individuals called the “Achieving a Better Life… 270 more words


The Uninsured Rate Keeps Going Down. Thanks, ObamaCare


Jenna Levy: Snapshot: U.S. Uninsured Rate Edging Down In First Quarter

The open enrollment period for Americans to purchase a healthcare plan for 2015 through the Health Insurance Marketplace ended Feb. 254 more words

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Poll: Which plan would you prefer: 'Healthy Utah,' 'Utah Cares' or neither?

SALT LAKE CITY – A group supporting Governor Herbert’s “Healthy Utah” plan rallied at the State Capitol Thursday.

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John Davidson: King v. Burwell Reveals The Threat Of The Administrative State

What happens to the subsidies should not be the court’s concern. The only question that matters in King is whether the administration used the IRS to rewrite a law Congress passed… 897 more words
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LIN, MD, MPH: 'Let's get creative in how we provide health care to the poor.'

Common Sense Family Doctor Blog, By Kenny Lin, MD, MPH

FEBRUARY 24, 2015 - When I speak with colleagues about ways to provide primary care to the poor, they generally fall into one of two camps. 751 more words


U.S. Healthcare Spending Has Risen

Dr. Ed Yardeni has put together a post showing the consumer has saved dollars YTD on gasoline prices, the savings is being eaten up by higher medical expenses. 172 more words


Utah House Panel Votes Down Governor's Medicaid Plan

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Lawmakers in Utah’s House of Representatives rejected Gov. Gary Herbert’s Medicaid plan on Wednesday night and instead pushed forward their own alternative proposal to help some of the state’s poor get health insurance. 667 more words