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Latest Grace-Marie Turner Items
The White House decision to delay the implementation of Obamacare's business mandate for one year sent shock waves through political circles in Washington.
Like a sick patient who somehow always rallies, President Obama's health care law survived another scare Tuesday with Mr. Obama's defeat of Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Tuesday.
Several issues are being distorted in the wake of the Supreme Court's contradictory, backdoor ruling that up-held President Obama's health care law on a disputed word definition.
The federal appeals court ruling that struck down the centerpiece of Obamacare has dealt a massive, possibly fatal blow to the government-imposed health care system passed by a Democrat-controlled Congress over bitter public opposition.
"ObamaCare is wrong for families, wrong for patients, wrong for business, and wrong for our children's futures." That's the thesis, laid out on the first page of the must-read "Why ObamaCare is Wrong for America," a powerful book co-written by four battle-tested veterans of Washington's health policy battles.