Health Care for Millions at Risk as Tax Writers Look for Revenue
Few Republicans have talked much about the House bill repeal of the medical expense deduction.
HealthCare.gov Posts Strong Second-Week Results
Daily volume was almost as strong as during the first week, and business from newcomers increased.
DOL Unit Prepares Multi-Employer Health Purchasing Proposal
The OMB is putting a draft of the proposal, which has not been released, through a regulatory review.
Why Outsiders Cannot Transform a Bureaucracy
The author contends that the best way to drain a swamp is to hire someone familiar with the swamp.
New York Regulators Fine Cigna $2 Million Over Stop-Loss Sales
State officials say carriers can sell stop-loss only to large employers.
Vullo Discusses New York's Role in National Cybersecurity Regs
The NAIC has used New York's cybersecurity regulations as its model.
Tax Bill Could Be Doomed in Senate Thanks to ACA Mandate Repeal: Valliere
The Finance Committee also made permanent the 20% corporate tax rate and made several other major changes to the bill.
Republicans Post Text of ACA Individual Mandate Proposal
One section in a package of proposed changes would set the penalty rate at 0%. Another could create an FMLA credit.
Thirty Million Americans Just Got High Blood Pressure
Hypertension is the second-largest cause of preventable heart disease after smoking.
Senate Republicans to Add ACA Mandate Fight to Tax Fight
Hatch apologized to Senate Finance members about the sudden changes but said, "This is the way it is."