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The GOP Can Now Get Reform Bills to the President's Desk — All They Need Is …
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Beyond health care, Republicans could begin the next phase of welfare reform with stepped-up work requirements and more flexibility for states to design and run assistance programs. Comprehensive tax reform is not possible with the current president …

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Leonard Pitts Jr.: GoFundMe is worse than Obamacare
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It seems Lang, who is a Republican, knew the Affordable Care Act — the dreaded Obamacare — required him to buy health insurance, but he refused to do so. He figured he was making a pretty good living as a self-employed handyman and … Lang's party …

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Shumlin disappointed with 'mighty slim' health care bill
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The governor did not go so far as to say he doesn't think the health care package is worthwhile, but said what's under consideration is a far cry from what he proposed in January. The story of health care reform this legislative session is one of …

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Health care reform shrinks to $3.2M
www.burlingtonfreepress.com

MONTPELIER – The House and Senate approved a dramatically-reduced compromise health care reform bill late Saturday. Six lawmakers charged with resolving differences between the House and Senate versions of S. 139 were in waiting mode most of …

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Legislature reaches the finish line
www.burlingtonfreepress.com

The $3.2 million health care reform plan is less than a third of the size of two proposals passed previously by the House and Senate, but the lawmakers charged with reconciling differences between the two bills were limited by decisions made in the …

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Mental health, early education reform will wait until 2016
pensacolatoday.com

“It didn't get done, but we're going to be back, because we think the issues haven't gone away,” Department of Children and Families Secretary Mike Carroll said of the mental-health reform bill (SB 7068). Bruce Watson, the executive director of the …

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State leaders look to pass mental health reform — in 2016
www.miamiherald.com

“It didn't get done, but we're going to be back, because we think the issues haven't gone away,” Department of Children and Families Secretary Mike Carroll said of the mental-health reform bill (SB 7068). Carroll and Rep. Gayle Harrell, a Stuart …

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