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News Briefing for Thursday, May 14

HEALTHCARE: Conservative groups renew pressure on 'ObamaCare exemption' “A coalition of conservative groups want to make sure Congressional Republicans don't let up on the fight to eliminate what they call D.C.’s exemption from ObamaCare. Heritage Action for America and Club for Growth are among a half-dozen groups that have joined a campaign called the “No D.C. Exemption,” according to a release shared first with The Hill. The effort is spearheaded by the right-leaning organization, the U.S. Health Freedom Caucus. The groups are looking to drive up support for a two-year-long investigation into how members of Congress pay for ObamaCare, ...

News Briefing for Monday, December 1, 2014

HEALTHCARE: Exclusive: U.S. CEOs threaten to pull tacit Obamacare support over 'wellness' spat “Leading U.S. CEOs, angered by the Obama administration's challenge to certain "workplace wellness" programs, are threatening to side with anti-Obamacare forces unless the government backs off, according to people familiar with the matter. Major U.S. corporations have broadly supported President Barack Obama's healthcare reform despite concerns over several of its elements, largely because it included provisions encouraging the wellness programs. The programs aim to control healthcare costs by reducing smoking, obesity, hypertension and other risk ...

Tea Party activists to hold Idaho state leaders accountable for Obamacare

In December 2012, Idaho’s governor announced he would implement a state-based insurance exchange as part of the Affordable Care Act. Since this decision empowers the Affordable Care Act, Tea Party Activists in the region are making their opposition to Obamacare known. Dianne Capps and Idaho State Coordinator Pam Stout are working with Gem State Tea Party in this effort. Their coordination includes eastern Washington State activists and activists across Idaho. Taking place on January 20 and 21, activists will protest, have a discussion and debate seminar, and meet with legislators. According to a press release from Governor C.L. Otter’s office ...