If The Health Care Overhaul Goes Down, Could Medicare Follow?
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Answers To Your Questions About The Health Care Overhaul Law
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A key legal case challenging cuts in Medicaid pay for doctors, hospitals and pharmacists is heading back to California. Keith J. R. Binns/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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A screen grab from "America the Beautiful" by The Agenda Project. According to PolitiFact, videos like this one used elderly actors to falsely suggest that Rep. Paul Ryan's Medicare plan would adversely affect current senior citizens. The Agenda Project/YouTube hide caption

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With 'Lie Of The Year' Controversy, Fact Checking Comes Under Scrutiny
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Joseuly Claudio, 53, gets weekly checkups from nurse practitioner Mary McDonagh at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York. Fred Mogul/WNYC hide caption

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Hospitals Torn On Reducing Repeat Admissions
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