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by Michelle Malkin

June 18, 2009

Good question, especially given his history of covering the issue. I'm guessing, is no, since ABC seems intent on excluding representatives of alternative viewpoints.

That's why Team Barry offered the White House as a venue, that's why no Republicans are invited, that's why ABC is even rejecting paid ads that oppose Obama's proposal: The point, I take it, is to make ObamaCare seem like the only game in town.

PJ Media

July 2, 2012

At the June 29, 2012 anti-Obamacare rally hosted by American For Prosperity, blogger Ari Armstrong captured this short video of Dr. Jill Vecchio explaining how Obamacare will force her to practice substandard medicine.

Hot Air

by Erika Johnsen

November 12, 2012

The answer, of course, is an emphatic yes, since by its very nature, ObamaCare is too much for ObamaCare.

Individual states' freedom to opt out of designing their own state-specific health insurance exchanges is turning out to be yet another flaw in the oh-so-masterful plan. Last week, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced that the government is extending the deadline by which states must submit their blueprints for their exchanges, meant to be tools with which consumers can shop around for insurance options, but all states must still indicate whether they're planning on doing it themselves, forging a partnership with the feds, or letting the federal government do it for them, by this Friday.

CNS News

by Terence P. Jeffrey

April 18, 2012

"You don't want to buy it, fine. We'll fine you into oblivion."

That, says a lawyer representing a number of Catholic institutions, is what the Obama administration will say to his clients if the federal courts do not strike down a regulation the administration has issued that requires all health insurance plans to cover sterilizations and artificial contraceptives, including those that induce abortions.

Hot Air

by Ed Morrissey

June 27, 2012

Let's take a moment off from baseless speculation over tomorrow's decision on ObamaCare for less-baseless speculation as to what comes afterward.

What exactly are Barack Obama's contingency plans if the Supreme Court overturns ObamaCare, in whole or in part? On Monday, Marc Ambinder tweeted out this interesting update before it became apparent that the court would wait for Thursday to release its decision. According to Ambinder, the White House had a raft of executive orders at the ready...

Medical Awareness Project

December 5, 2003

Nine states have passed legislation legalizing medicinal marijuana.

The Ohio Patient Network is hoping that the Buckeye State will soon join them. But that may be too much to ask of our Republican-dominated state government - even as thousands of ill Ohioans suffer.

by Mic Network Inc.

May 23, 2012

Ron Paul may succeed at convincing Republican voters to force a head-to-head comparison alongside Mitt Romney.

After Ron Paul spoke in Sparks, Nevada, earlier this month, observers took note of Mitt Romney supporters crumpling up their Romney signs and vowing to vote for Paul. It was the first time many Republican activists had ever heard Paul speak outside of the several minutes of sound bites allotted to him during televised debates.

by Lyxan Toledanes

June 5, 2014

Winlock 15-year-old Taylor Rehmeyer has battled an aggressive brain cancer for nearly a decade with chemotherapy and radiation. But she and her mother say it was marijuana that finally cured her.

"She got an MRI (in May) that said no major abnormalities. The doctors at Seattle Children's Hospital don't want to admit it was cannabis, but I don't care. She's cancer-free," Karen Owen said in a recent interview. "It's more than we could have ever hoped for." Taylor was diagnosed at age 6 with a rare brain tumor that has returned three times. In September 2012, Taylor was one of the first children in America to receive proton radiation at Philadelphia's Roberts Proton Therapy Center. The high-tech treatments worked - for awhile. Taylor's tumor shrunk after initial radiation sessions but started growing again last August. That's when Owen, determined to heal her daughter, turned to marijuana oil therapy.

CNS News

by Staff

September 19, 2011

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A quirky Wisconsin law that makes it a crime for restaurants to serve margarine at the table and not butter is being targeted for repeal.

Wisconsin banned the sale or use of margarine colored to imitate butter in 1895. That wasn't repealed until 1967, and since then the fight over margarine versus butter has largely cooled. Kooyenga says he doesn't anticipate much fervor over his proposal.

Hot Air

by Ed Morrissey

February 23, 2011

Call it karma, just desserts, or schadenfreude.  The cost to taxpayers of doctors' notes excusing Wisconsin teachers from work so that they don't get fired for illegally walking out on classes has been estimated at $6 million.

Meanwhile, those notes may not help some of the teachers keep their jobs anyway. If Democrats don't return to the state Senate by Friday, Governor Scott Walker will order layoffs from lists that districts have already been advised to prepare...

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