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...cost of health care benefits for their employees. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, health insurance costs rose between 8 and 9 percent in 2011...
WASHINGTON (AP) - The arguments are done and the case has been submitted, as Chief Justice John Roberts says at the end of every Supreme Court argument. Now the justices will wrestle with what to do
As the economy continues to decline, there is growing concern about the cost of health care. Even before the massive layoffs in 2008 and 2009, the health care situation in the United States was of co
...still complain of discrimination? According to a 2006 survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation, four in 10 Americans said they knew someone with AIDS, a...
Broach the subject of health care costs with John Langan, and he will sum up the issue quite succinctly
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Thelen is said to still be in merger discussions with Nixon Peabody. But if a merger hunt comes to naught — or if lawyers don't stick around to find out — there would appear to be no shor
...members Linda Kaiser Conley, CHARITABLE FOUNDATION OF THE BUCKS...
Faced with a blizzard of confusing information about the new Medicare prescription drug benefit, Pennsylvania's low-income seniors need someplace to turn for assistance, advice and advocacy
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