Posts Tagged ‘Obamacare’

Feds look into how Illinois spent Obamacare funds

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – How the state of Illinois spent $33 million sent from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to promote the Affordable Care Act has piqued the interest of the federal Office of Inspector General.
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Schools cut employee hours to sidestep costly Obamacare regulations

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MONTEVIDEO, Minn. – In the middle of summer, January seems like the distant future to many. But that’s not the case for school superintendents who are already thinking about 2015 – and searching for ways to bring their districts into compliance with the nation’s new health law, commonly known as “Obamacare.”
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Arizona Senate Committee advances four anti-Common Core bills

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PHOENIX – Common Core may be in trouble in Arizona after the Senate Education Committee on Thursday approved four bills that would either repeal the nationalized math and English learning standards or allow local school districts to opt out of them.
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Elected officials in Hawaii and NC denied access to middle school sex ed curricula

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HONOLULU, Hawaii- As Planned Parenthood’s noxious sex education rockets across the country at unprecedented rates—propelled by millions of dollars in Obamacare PREP grants—those who bear great responsibility for the oversight of children’s education are being denied the opportunity to know what their children will be taught in these taxpayer-funded programs.
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Forthcoming Obamacare insurance tax a threat to public school budgets

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MARIETTA, Ohio – In case there wasn’t enough confusion surrounding America’s new health care law, school leaders in Ohio’s Marietta City school district are warning that a new “Obamacare” tax could put the district in a financial bind once it takes effect in 2018.
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Obamacare is hurting schools

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Obamacare is already hurting schools as paraprofessionals, teachers’ aides, cafeteria workers, substitute teachers, bus drivers, and other personnel are being cut back to below 30 hours.
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Patience, patients (updated)

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – “We regret to inform you that effective January 1, 2014, we will no longer offer our Individual & Family plans in your county.”
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