Millions of Americans will take advantage of economist Leemore Dafny’s research on competition when they enroll in a new system this fall to buy health insurance.
Shortly after his election as governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney gathered the people who would fill the state’s top jobs for a get-acquainted luncheon.
More than one of every four Americans last year received a free mammogram, colonoscopy or flu shot, thanks to a federal law that many of them despise.
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The flaws plaguing the rollout of President Barack Obama’s health-insurance exchanges may matter the least to those the president needs the most.
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President Barack Obama is seeking to give consumers more time and options to enroll in Affordable Care Act health plans, delaying an application deadline and allowing insurers in three states to sign up customers directly.
"Any delay in open enrollment ought to be reflected in consequently rolling back these dates further."
- Jonathan Gruber on Nov 21, 2013
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