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What if I were to ask you if you wanted good schools? What about safe neighborhoods? Quality healthcare? Affordable housing? The answer from most people would be a resounding yes to all of these. In a divided nation these are priorities that just about...
Sooner rather than later, Imperial County officials are going to have to find a more fruitful way to fund the county’s health care program. County supervisors decided this week to delay any decision on the health care plan for six months. While...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALEXICO — Heffernan Memorial Healthcare District took a baby step down what will be a long road in planning how its MegaPark land purchase will be ultimately used. The Heffernan board met Thursday with health care district consultants to hear...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterDuring these financially lean times about one-third of all Imperial County residents are without health insurance, yet provisions are in place for those who have no access to health care, a county official said. There are 51,000 residents who have no...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterA civil lawsuit aimed at unseating a Pioneers Memorial Healthcare District board member because her job at El Centro Regional Medical Center conflicts with her elected position was dismissed Tuesday. The suit against Linda Rubin was thrown out by...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterBoth parties involved in a civil lawsuit aimed at unseating a Pioneers Memorial Healthcare District board member are scheduled to appear Feb. 16 for trial. Tracy Richmond, the attorney representing plaintiff Ed Hoffman, said Wednesday the court date will...
WASHINGTON -- Differences over whether immigrants should be deported for fail ing to have health insurance or pay their healthcare bills have stalled a bipartisan group of House lawmakers, who blew past a self-imposed Thursday deadline as they pressed...
So this is what socialism looks like: Private companies competing for people's business in an open marketplace. Californians got their first glimpse Thursday of what insurers plan to charge for coverage to be offered next year to about 5 million state...
Some prominent health insurers, including industry giant UnitedHealth Group Inc., are not participating in California's new state-run health insurance market, possibly limiting the number of choices for millions of consumers. UnitedHealth, the nation'...
WASHINGTON — Committee approval of a sweeping Senate immigration overhaul has put pressure on the House, where Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) and top leaders have been pushing a bipartisan group of lawmakers to produce its own bill. House...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Two years after resigning from Congress in a lewd photo scandal, former U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner announced in a video message early on Wednesday he is running for New York City mayor. "I made some big mistakes and I know...
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Reuters(The author is a Reuters contributor. The opinions expressed are her own.) By Kathleen Kingsbury BOSTON, May 20 (Reuters) - When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, starts rolling out in October, it will overhaul how Americans...
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