Local Perspectives on the Affordable Care Act, Historic Elections in Pakistan, Is American Liberalism Dead?

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Monday, May 13, 2013

Local Perspectives on the Affordable Care Act | Historic Election Marks Transition in Pakistan | Affordable Care Act: Listeners Respond |The Death of American Liberalism? | Department Audit Reveals I.R.S. Targeted Tea Party Groups | The Human Element of Health Care

Local Perspectives on the Affordable Care Act

According to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation survey, roughly half of American adults do not feel they have enough information to understand how the Affordable Care Act will affect t...

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Selling the Affordable Care Act

The implementation of the Affordable Care Act is the responsibility of the Department of Health and Human Services. However, in a controversial move, the federal government has turned...

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Department Audit Reveals I.R.S. Targeted Tea Party Groups

We now know the I.R.S.'s special scrutiny of small-government groups applying for tax-exempt status went far beyond keyword hunts for organizations with “Tea Party” or “Patriot” in th...

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Historic Election Marks Transition in Pakistan

This weekend saw historic elections in Pakistan. Despite the violence in the run-up to the elections, which saw regular bomb blasts and the kidnapping of the son of a former Prime Min...

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The Death of American Liberalism?

One of the most traditionally lefty states in the U.S., Minnesota is home to some of America’s biggest liberal household names, including Hubert H. Humphrey, Walter Mondale, Paul Well...

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