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Starting today, states can choose to take the first steps toward the massive expansion of insurance coverage that is the health overhaul's chief goal. And for some states, that move could have the benefit of reviving funding for state-run programs that insure low-income adults. Read more»

A week after the health overhaul cleared Congress, a business lobby that opposed the plan is now regrouping to shape its implementation and exact political retribution on supporters. Read more»

Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) pushed again for repeal of the health care law on "Face the Nation." Read more»

It’s the first test of the Democrats’ ambitious plan to overhaul health care: establishing a program to cover people turned down because they have a pre-existing medical condition. Read more»

The Congressional clash over threats and vandalism against lawmakers in the aftermath of the health care vote took a new turn Thursday as the No. 2 House Republican accused Democrats of recklessly exploiting the incidents for political gain. Read more»

Senate Republicans found a way to force a second House vote on a health reform reconciliation bill after identifying parliamentary flaws, including one in the calculation of a student loan provision. Read more»

The health legislation creates a slew of winners and losers, as well as immediate effects and changes that will arrive slowly. Read more»

Democrats and Republicans are preparing for a long political battle that will turn on the ramifications of health reform. Read more»

House Democrats scored a historic victory in the century-long battle to reform the nation's health-care system Sunday night. Read more»

The health overhaul package passed by the House Sunday and sent to the Senate for final action is the most far-reaching health legislation since the creation of the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Read more»

Americans remain divided over health care legislation, with 46 percent supporting the proposals, 42 percent opposing them and 12 percent unsure, according to a new poll. Read more»

With the stage set for a historic showdown over landmark health legislation the White House and Democratic Congressional leaders narrowed their hunt for votes to a slim list of lawmakers. Read more»

News outlets are focusing on President Barack Obama's planned meeting with all the House Democrats today as they prepare for Sunday's crucial vote on health care overhaul. Read more»

House Democratic leaders expressed confidence Friday that they would have enough votes to pass health-care legislation, picking up one new 'yes' vote and promising that they would resolve lingering concerns raised by undecided Democrats. Read more»

Democrats unveiled a health overhaul reconciliation bill the Congressional Budget Office says will cost $940 billion but also cut the deficit by $138 billion over the next 10 years. Read more»

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