Obamacare will mean higher health insurance premiums for middle-aged women in all 88 Ohio counties, based on a comparison of current policy estimates from eHealth and Obamacare plans from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Florida Education Commissioner Pam Stewart in a Friday interview decided not to follow up on a controversial prior claim that her plans to implement Common Core national education standards in Florida will not cost Floridians any money.
What the 5th Circuit Court ruling means is there is now a federal court that has upheld a statutory requirement that abortion doctors obtain hospital admitting privileges.
Voters in Hillsboro, Ohio will select city council members for three at-large seats and four ward seats today, as the small Highland County city continues to consider contracting emergency services from Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District to save taxpayers money.
Yet another report debunks an ObamaCare myth promoted by the left-wing group Citizen Action of Wisconsin. That Governor Walker decided to use the federal exchange in the state is not why health insurance premiums are rising.
Young women in every Ohio county will see higher health insurance premiums because of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare, based on policy quotes from eHealth and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
The Tampa Tribune misled its readers Saturday by publishing an article claiming “cuts” in food stamp programs are causing substantial misery throughout Florida and that every dollar the government taxes and spends on food stamps creates $1.70 in economic growth.
For Gary Goyke, his criminal background doesn’t seem to pose much of an obstacle to his professional life. Twice this year the state Assembly has adjourned in his honor.
When a concerned parent e-mailed a teacher about an assignment he saw as blatant political indoctrination, the local union president called him a neo-Nazi.
Ohio Representative Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) discussed House Bill 231 (HB 231), his proposal to reduce the number of what he refers to as “unarmed victim zones” across the state, in a House Judiciary Committee hearing last week.