Obamacare Could Cover More People At Less Cost

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Californian State Assemblyman Richard Pan (center) is the author of legislation that would bar higher prices for health insurance sold to smokers. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Why Calif. Doesn't Want Smokers To Pay More For Health Insurance

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An employee serves customers at an Olive Garden restaurant in Naperville, Ill. Darden Restaurants, the chain's parent company, pilot-tested shifting more of its workers to part time. But following that test, and after considerable backlash, the chain said it would not reduce hours or cut its full-time staffing. Scott Boehm/AP Images for Olive Garden hide caption

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As Health Law Changes Loom, A Shift To Part-Time Workers

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Medicaid Expansion To Provide More Care For Native Americans

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Looking Ahead: The Future Of Health Care Policy

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Oregon's Math Problem: How To Measure Health?

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Family Doctors Consider Dropping Birth Control Training Rule

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Philadelphia Case Exposes Deep Rift In Abortion Debate

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Confusion over the details of the new health care law is leaving many people vulnerable to con artists. Evelyne Lois Such, 86, was recently the target of an attempted scam. Matt Nager for NPR hide caption

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Scammers Find Fertile Ground In Health Law

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Before your doctor gets to this, make sure he'll bill the colonoscopy as a screening test rather than a diagnostic one. Sebastian Schroeder/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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