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Have insurers found new ways to avoid the sick?
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In this Aug. 11, 2014, photo, Charis Hill, who has a rare form of arthritis that affects the spine, poses in Capitol Park in Sacramento, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli). WASHINGTON (AP) – Ending insurance discrimination against the sick was a …

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Rahall meets with miners on black lung issues
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MULLENS — They came for hope — some with questions, some with myriad paperwork to claim federal black lung benefits, some pulling oxygen machines to help them breathe due to the debilitating lung disease. The miners attending a meeting Friday in …

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Cubs deny grounds crew short-staffed because of effort to avoid Obamacare
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You'll recall that on Wednesday night, the Giants-Cubs game was cut short because the Wrigley Field grounds crew was unable to secure the tarp in advance of a downpour. Here's how that went .

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Fact Check: Did John Kavanagh vote for 'Obamacare?'
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WHAT WE'RE LOOKING AT: Whether businessman Jeff Schwartz, John Kavanagh's opponent for state Senate, was correct in stating Kavanagh supported the federal Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Schwartz' campaign made the claim on …

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Press demands of Obamaon Iraq defy Constitution
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Members of Congress eager to sue the president on grounds of violation of the Affordable Health Care Act, would have greater credibility if they assumed responsibility for exercising and defending their own constitutional roles and powers, including …

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Feds still clinging to abortifacients
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Hobby Lobby, an Oklahoma-based arts and crafts chain with about 13,000 employees, and Conestoga Wood Specialties, a Pennsylvania cabinet maker, had challenged the Affordable Health Care Act requirement that employees provide free contraception …

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Is Cubs' epic tarp fail due to ObamaCare?
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A skeleton team of 15 workers scrambled to cover Wrigley Field with a tarp during an unexpected downpour — but couldn't protect the grounds before they were soaked in the storm. The tarp mishap led to a protest from the Giants because the game was …

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Life-or-Death Decision
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SELINSGROVE – Today's athletes are faced with more critical decision in life than anyone can ever imagine. Diet certainly comes into play in our fast-food environment; whether or not to give into peer pressure and take that first drink or dip into the …

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Doctors: Bellies more dangerous than butts
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DANVILLE — Recent studies have shown that reaching for that extra serving at meal time might be even more deadly than smoking. An analysis published in science journal PLOS Medicine conducted one of the largest-ever studies of extreme obesity and its …

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