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Congressional Republicans are out manoeuvring the Democrats by first repealing the funding for Obamacare. If they tied a successor health insurance scheme to the repeal of Obamacare, as suggested by their opponents, the Senate Democrats could filibuster this to death. The Senate Republicans can use a reconciliation device to sidestep a filibuster of the defunding …

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Few men work part-time. Many that do are teenagers. Two-thirds of male workers in America, Britain and Germany work at least 40 hours a week and another quarter worked 35 to 40 hours a week except in the USA. A surprising number of Americans, 11%, worked 20 to 29 hours. If they work that 30th …

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Who are the 33 million Americans still don't have health insurance? 53eig.ht/1jpQpAu http://t.co/mldpCg0Aqs— Ben Casselman (@bencasselman) September 28, 2015 2. Nearly 4mm poor Americans fall into "Medicaid gap" in states that didn't expand Medicaid. 53eig.ht/1jpQpAu http://t.co/AMx85ntF8v— Ben Casselman (@bencasselman) September 28, 2015 But that still leaves more than 14 million uninsured who aren't easily explained. …

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#Medicaid expands access to health coverage and supports work: bit.ly/1RKHQ2x #Medicaidat50 http://t.co/mydZMggcXg— Center on Budget (@CenterOnBudget) July 20, 2015 6.4 million seniors get the vital support & care they need thanks to Medicaid: bit.ly/1HqYvNG #Medicaidat50 http://t.co/onWMiYj301— Center on Budget (@CenterOnBudget) July 23, 2015 Reminder: #Medicaid helps millions of babies: bit.ly/1RS7ME5 #Medicaidat50 http://t.co/SeJ7MFPGWE— Center on Budget …

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Almost everyone who has health insurance in the United States gets help from the government to afford it. For the elderly, that’s Medicare. For the disabled and the poor, that’s Medicaid. For full-time workers it’s the tax subsidy for employer-provided health insurance. via Americans are making a big mistake about health care – Vox.

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…the evidence suggests that the health law has likely led a few hundred thousand workers to see their hours cut or capped. That’s small in the context of an economy with 150 million workers. But it isn’t a minor issue for those workers. Most of them are among the economy’s most vulnerable: low-wage, part-time workers …

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