line. The Republican governor said Monday in her annual State of the State speech that she has fought against the federal health care law known as the Affordable Care Act. But she cited President Barack Obama's re-election and last summer's U.S. Supreme
that are upset with the recent partial government shutdown. He had opposed the tea party tactic of linking gutting the health care law to keeping the government operating. McCain unsuccessfully sought the presidency in 2008, then easily won another Senate
showdown is a rematch, of sorts, between the two attorneys who recently argued the merits of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in front of the Supreme Court. Attorney Paul Clement is representing Arizona. Solicitor General
authority from the Affordable Care Act to gauge whether the premium increases are reasonable. Sebelius said that under the 2010 health care law , insurance firms are required to disclose rate increases over 10 percent and justify them. Sebelius called for the Lake
response drew comments from national media and Republicans. Republicans say Barber's initial refusal to support Obama or his health care law shows he cannot be honest with voters. A spokesman for Barber says the race for Gabrielle Giffords' seat is about who
Federal officials are awarding more money to help states carry out President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, including seven states suing to overturn the landmark law.
of waging a "war on women." At issue is whether women working for employers affiliated with a religion should get free birth control under President Barack Obama's health care law . Copyright 2012 Associated Press. All rights reserved.
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