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Plan to fix Postal Service shifts retirees to Medicare, along with billions in costs

Thursday, February 24, 2022

Some lawmakers worry that pushing future post office retirees' health costs to Medicare could hurt the health program's outlook.

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Doctors are mad about surprise billing rules. Becerra says stop gouging patients

Monday, November 22, 2021

Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra says health providers who have exploited a complicated system to charge exorbitant rates will have to bear their share of the cost — or close.

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Biden's plan to stop surprise medical bills faces bipartisan pushback in Congress

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Congress passed a law last year to shield patients from surprise out-of-network medical charges. But many doctors in the House now say the way the law is to be implemented unfairly favors insurers.

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Swab, Spit Or Stay Home? A Wide Variety Of Plans To Keep Coronavirus Off Campus

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Colleges are rolling out a dizzying diversity of COVID-19 containment plans for students and staff. Some have no plans for routine testing, while others aim to test everyone on campus twice a week.

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