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Latest Kathleen Sebelius Items
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told skeptical House Republicans on Friday that President Obama's health care law will roll out on time and improve health outcomes, despite limited resources and fears about the overhaul's impact on small businesses.
Budget estimates for states to participate in the Obamacare health insurance exchange have soared to $4.4 billion, the president's proposal sent to Congress on Wednesday outlined.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said that she has been taken off guard by the concerted and continuing opposition to "Obamacare" and that her office has been pushed into public relations mode to persuade states to join the exchange.
Health and Human Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said President Obama's new budget plan released Wednesday morning will devote $235 million toward mental health programs designed to pinpoint problems among youth and prevent gun violence.
President Obama's budget proposal seeks a major funding boost to bolster the IRS, which will enforce his health care law's individual mandate, and to set up insurance exchanges.
President Obama's top health official said Monday the administration will finalize its new rules granting free birth control, saying the controversial policy will go into effect in August.
A federal judge ordered the Food and Drug Administration on Friday to make a morning-after birth control pill available without a prescription for girls younger than 17 within 30 days — a blunt opinion that rebuked decisions by the Obama administration as politically motivated.
White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett on Wednesday disputed the notion that the President Obama operates a tight-knit boys' club of top advisers and aides and bemoaned the hardball politics of Washington, D.C., saying Chicago politics are "child's play" in comparison.
Take this quiz: What well-known family of drugs (a) is classified by the World Health Organization as "Group 1: Carcinogenic to Humans" and (b) provides "tremendous health benefits for women." If you answered "combined oral contraceptives," you are well-qualified to work for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.