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A selection of health policy stories from Oregon, Texas, Colorado, Florida, New York, California, Kansas and Arizona.
Viewpoints: Congress Must Put Entitlements On 'More Sustainable Path;' Reading, Writing And Mental Health Screenings
A selection of opinions and editorials from around the country.
The New York Times reports that orphan drugs are increasingly being viewed as a business opporutnity.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the once strong-support from labor unions for the 2010 health law is growing tepid as certain provisions are being rolled out.
Officials in Texas, Oregon, Minnesota and California consider a myriad of changes to their Medicaid programs -- including fitting maintenance or expansion of coverage for the poor into tightening budgets.
The Associated Press reports on this development.
The new prices will kick in July 1 and are expected to save on average 45 percent for products such as walkers, wheelchairs, oxygen equipment and other medical products.
Every week, Kaiser Health News reporter Ankita Rao selects interesting reading from around the Web.
Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports on a new health law final rule issued by the Internal Revenue Service regarding eligibility and affordability standards for insurance subsidies.