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Obamacare benefits that take effect Jan. 1

People with pre-existing conditions can breathe a little easier when shopping for health insurance this year as some new Affordable Care Act benefits become...

TELE-MED Seeks to Overcome Physician Shortages, Health Care Disparities

A recent report by the D.C. Board of Medicine should give us all cause for concern because it is a microcosm of a more...

Four Ways President Obama’s Revised Budget Affects Latinos

President Barack Obama is set to unveil a revised budget that many feel will adversely affect entitlement recipients, as well as labor. The revised...

Puerto Rico’s Economy March Madness

Earlier this month, Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla was forced to scale back some of his loftier campaign promises when he proposed austerity cuts to...

How Obamacare Influenced Policy Making in 2012

Originally published by VOXXI as "How the Affordable Care Act influenced policy making in 2012." BY HOPE GILLETTE The Affordable Care Act (ACA) survived both Supreme...

Fiscal Cliff: Working Minorities and Entrepreneurs Focus on Investments

Listening to President Obama and the Congress over the past few months tug at the steering wheel while the van heads toward the fiscal...

What Does the ACA Mean to the Average American?

Your guide to ACA in 2013.

What the Fiscal Cliff Debate Means For Latinos

Talks of the fiscal cliff continue to escalate, and the Obama administration is leading a strong PR campaign telling the American public to call,...

NBCSL Encourages Members to Initiate Tele-Health Legislation

At its 36th Annual Legislative Conference last week, the National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL) passed a resolution that expressed a need for...

Puerto Rico Votes on Status: A Primer on Statehood

With less than 24 hours until election day, our look into the Puerto Rico Status Referendum takes on the seemingly dominant option of the...