Archive for November 15th, 2010
The following blogs discuss GOP plans to cut $20 billion from health reform, a healthy squabble between Minnesota’s governor and a former senator and what dinosaurs are saying about nationalized health care these days.
The Wall Street Journal reports on a recent study that found unintended consequences stemming from our so-called “$4 generic nation.”
Recognize this guy? Ever wonder what actually is wrong with him, other than having a few vague screws loose? While we still don’t know why he’s a homicidal maniac, the Germans just might be able to explain that compulsive silliness.
The AP/Time examine a recent study showing that sometimes a healthy diet can cause an unwelcome butterfly effect for developing countries.
Senate Finance Committee Chair Max Baucus (D-Mont.) on Friday announced plans to introduce new legislation this week to repeal a tax-reporting requirement in the federal health reform law, CQ HealthBeat reports. The mandate in recent months has drawn strong criticism from Democrats and Republicans, the business community and even the White House. A number of business groups and President Obama have criticized the requirement, saying that it would be burdensome to companies and also counterproductive (Ethridge, CQ HealthBeat, 11/12).
ABC News reports on the uncertainty of health reform as a multistate lawsuit questions its constitutionality.