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  • What the ruling means for Washington and Idaho

    Where Washington stands: Republican Attorney General Rob McKenna signed on to the health care lawsuit against the wishes of Democratic Gov. Chris Gregoire and majority Democrats, but Washington moved ahead …

  • Report backs health reform

    Washington’s top insurance officials warned last week that undoing federal health care reforms will exacerbate the financial problems tied to growing numbers of uninsured residents. More than 1 million residents …

  • Health insurance exchange draws praise, ridicule

    Washington lawmakers have passed a forceful measure envisioned to help upward of 50,000 small businesses attain health insurance for their employees. They did it by creating what’s called a health …

  • Cuts in dental care painful for patients

    Ivory Hendry finally called the dentist. An excruciating toothache made her do it. She hadn’t eaten for a week, struggled to sleep and became ill when taking medicine on an …

  • Idaho plays both sides of health care reform

    Idaho and six other states that are suing to toss out President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law are also lining up to claim a share of its subsidies for …

  • Patients find disadvantage to private Medicare plans

    MIAMI – Cecile Sangiamo liked her health insurance – until she needed to use it. The 72-year-old Clearwater, Fla., resident had been on the federally subsidized, privately run Medicare Advantage …



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