Health Care Law News and Stories
Health law advocates appeal to a justice's notion of liberty
Pittsburgh Post GazetteApril 1, 2012
It is his touchstone and guiding principle, and his conception of liberty is likely to determine the future of President Barack Obama's health care law. If the administration is to prevail in the case, it must capture at least one vote beyond those of ...more »
Obama's Individual Mandate Not First Federal Health Care Mandate
Huffington PostApril 1, 2012
Under the law, people such as Donner and her husband would have to get insurance or pay a fine. But they may qualify for federal subsidies to help pay premiums for policies that would be more comprehensive. Preventive care would be covered with no ...more »
Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Elder Housing Corporation Honored at 2012 American ...
Sacramento BeeApril 5, 2012
"With the elderly LGBT community still being denied safe and secure environments across the country, GLEH has set the standard for elderly LGBT care." GLEH's Comprehensive Housing Care Program addresses the social service components of housing ...more »
Megan's Law: Not the best approach?
Porterville RecorderApril 2, 2012
Today, there are 130 people living in Porterville and East Porterville who are required by law to register as sex offenders. Their crimes range from annoying or molesting a child younger than 18, to committing lewd or lascivious acts with a child ...more »
Obamacare will affect Medicare
Jackson Clarion LedgerApril 3, 2012
The health care reform law was challenged by approximately 26 state attorneys general and now the US Supreme Court has taken up the challenge. •$530 billion taken out of Medicare to start a whole new program for other people.more »