2 insurers to resume sales with old rates - Boston Globe
Seeking to tone down their dispute with state regulators, two Massachusetts health insurers yesterday said they will, as ordered, resume making new policies available for individuals and small businesses — using last year’s base rates, not the requested double-digit increases rejected by the state last week.
Republican leaders on Capitol Hill are facing a mini-rebellion against their message on healthcare reform.
State creates health care reform office - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Gov. Jim Doyle has created an Office of Health Care Reform to prepare for the sweeping changes from health care reform that take effect in 2014.
DNC tops Steele's record March for donations - Washington Times
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele can't seem to catch a break these days. On the day when the RNC announced a record fundraising haul for March, the rival Democratic National Committee revealed that it had collected an even bigger amount.
Man arrested for Nancy Pelosi threats - Politico
Federal agents in California have arrested a man for allegedly threatening House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).
Yesterday, during a speech at the National Press Club, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius laid out the path forward for implementing the new health care law. The Secretary promised that HHS would serve as a “help desk” for Americans confused about the new legislation and would guide seniors and small businesses in taking advantage of the immediate benefits from reform.