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Latest Max Baucus Items
Capitol Hill lawmakers took a bipartisan stride Thursday toward solving a festering problem in American health care — how to pay doctors through Medicare.
The ranking Republican on the Senate Finance Committee said Wednesday he will support President Obama's nominee to become the next head of the scandal-plagued IRS — an announcement that bodes well for John Koskinen's confirmation by the Senate.
With the agency squarely in the hot seat over its role in vetting tea party groups and enforcing Obamacare, President Obama's choice to head the IRS vowed during his confirmation hearing Tuesday to restore the public's trust in the scandal-plagued agency.
American farmers stormed Washington on Wednesday, telling a Senate committee they hope any free-trade deal with Europe would open the food markets they've been kept out of by that continent's politicians.
Hospitals that use spinal-surgery devices supplied by physician-owned distributors (PODs) were much more likely to perform such surgeries, a report by the Department of Health and Human Services' watchdog finds.
The health care law has violated the Origination Clause
Here's looking at you, Harry Reid. In the final days leading up to the expiration date for America's "temporary budget," the House of Representatives passed a continuing resolution that will fund all parts of the government at sequestration levels through Dec. 15. It just won't fund Obamacare.
Thirty-five House Democrats broke party ranks last week to vote for a Republican bill to delay the employer mandate in Obamacare. They're the canaries in the coal mine, and everyone knows what President Obama thinks of coal.
The White House and its liberal allies in the news media have launched an all-out campaign to peddle Obamacare to an understandably doubting public.