Health Care Law News and Stories
Health Care Law benefits Texans with Medicare
Liberty VindicatorApril 2, 2012
We hear a lot of back and forth these days about the Affordable Care Act – the federal health care law – but not much about how it affects people with Medicare. When you sort through all the rhetoric, one thing is clear: The two-year-old law contains ...more »
Health-care law would end discriminatory 'gender rating'
The TennesseanApril 2, 2012
The health-care law will ban such practices once fully implemented, but until then, it remains a widespread problem. In Tennessee, 100 percent of the best-selling individual health insurance plans practice gender rating and 100 percent exclude ...more »
How and where to get help with your caregiver issues
Gainesville SunApril 9, 2012
By Cindy Swirko Finding care for an elderly parent or relative who no longer can live without help can be a confusing, frustrating and seemingly overwhelming task. Do you go with a caregiver? If so, a caregiver from a professional company or one found ...more »
New powers to record every phone call and email makes surveillance '60m times ...
Telegraph.co.ukApril 2, 2012
The former Conservative Home Secretary argued the new powers risked causing enormous resentment by allowing “unfettered” access to all forms of communication. The Coalition is to revive plans first raised then shelved by the last Labour Government to ...more »
Congressional races heating up in two local districts
Athens NEWSApril 2, 2012
The issues involved revolve around Medicare and a vote on whether employers have a right to seek employees' Facebook passwords. In newly drawn districts, Athens Law Director Pat Lang, a Democrat, is challenging US Rep. Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington, ...more »