Posts Tagged ‘obamacare’

District Line Daily: The Mayoral Treatment

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The mayor's office fired the city's insurance commissioner, William White, after he critiqued, without Mayor Vince Gray's [...]

District Line Daily: To Exempt From Obamacare or Not?

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The District health insurance chief is unsure if he wants to allow residents to keep their [...]

District Line Daily: Emergency Guardian

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The District is trying to get a court to appoint the city's most frequent 911 caller—she's [...]

“The Entire World Is Going to Kick Our Ass”: Supreme Court Crowd Reacts to Verdict

After the Supreme Court upheld most of the Affordable Care Act, City Desk ventured to the court to get reactions to the decision. Some people were thrilled, others weren't too happy

"I didn’t come to this country for slavery," says 70-year-old Susan Clark of Santa Monica, Calif. "I want Mount Rushmore. There’s not a Democrat on [...]

Photos: Heath-care Hearings

Slideshow.  Unit Block 1st Street, NE.  March 28th.  © 2012 Matt Dunn

D.C. Defends Obamacare!

Not a surprise, exactly, but worth noting that the D.C. government is signing onto a brief that asks the Supreme Court to uphold the Affordable Care Act, written by 10 states and the Virgin Islands. The states that have opposed the law have gotten a bit more media attention so far.
From a press release by [...]

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