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Maravillados, sus amigos le pidieron prestada su mano generada por una impresora 3D, que se parece a un colorido juguete de "Transformers" adosado a su muñeca. Cientos de niños como Kaori, nacidos sin miembros, pueden ahora escribir, hacer deportes y tocar instrumentos gracias a prótesis de manos baratas hechas por Gino Tubaro, un inventor de 21 años cuyo trabajo ha sido elogiado por Barack Obama cuando visitó Buenos Aires siendo presidente de Estados Unidos. Algunas de esas iniciativas son la organización sin fines de lucro e-NABLE, que emplea voluntarios y ofrece manos y brazos a niños que... [Read More]
Senate Republicans launched their plan for shriveling Barack Obama's health care law Thursday, edging a step closer to their dream of repeal with a bill that would slice... [Read More]
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Maravillados, sus amigos le pidieron prestada su mano generada por una impresora 3D, que se parece a un colorido juguete de "Transformers" adosado a su muñeca. Cientos de niños como Kaori, nacidos sin miembros, pueden ahora escribir, hacer deportes y tocar instrumentos gracias a prótesis de manos baratas hechas por Gino Tubaro, un inventor de 21 años cuyo trabajo ha sido elogiado por Barack Obama cuando visitó Buenos Aires siendo presidente de Estados Unidos. Algunas de esas iniciativas son la organización sin fines de lucro e-NABLE, que emplea voluntarios y ofrece manos y brazos a niños que... [Read More]
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US Senate Republicans on Thursday (June 22) unveiled a draft of their plan to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's signature Affordable Care Act, which they expect to vote on next week.. Read more at straitstimes.com. [Read More]
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The previously secret proposal rolls back former president Barack Obama's signature healthcare law... [Read More]
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Senate Republicans released their long-awaited bill Thursday to dismantle much of Barack Obama's health care law, proposing to cut Medicaid and erase tax boosts that helped Obama finance his expansion of coverage. The measure encountered immediate trouble as four GOP senators said they opposed it but were open to negotiations. [Read More]
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A state Education Department hearing got underway Thursday for a one-time candidate for New York governor who publicly insulted former President Barack Obama and his wife and stands accused of disclosing confidential school board business. Several days of hearings are scheduled in Albany for wealthy developer Carl Paladino to determine whether his public release of information on teacher contract talks should cost him his position on the Buffalo School Board. State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia is hearing testimony in a petition filed by other school board members seeking Paladino's removal from the fractured body. Paladino, a... [Read More]
WASHINGTON: Senate Republicans launched their plan for shriveling Barack Obama's health care law Thursday, edging a step closer to their dream of repeal with a bill that would slice and reshape Medicaid for the poor, relax rules on insurers and end tax increases on higher earners that have helped finance expanded coverage for millions. [Read More]
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(c) 2017, The Washington Post. Former president Barack Obama is making his first campaign foray of 2017, agreeing to stump for Democrat Ralph Northam... [Read More]
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El expresidente Barack Obama arremetió hoy contra el plan desvelado por los republicanos en el Senado para sustituir la reforma sanitaria que Ã... [Read More]
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President Barack Obama on Thursday spoke out against a proposed GOP Senate bill that dismantles the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. [Read More]
A one-time candidate for New York governor who publicly insulted former President Barack Obama and his wife appeared before the state's education commissioner Thursday on the first day of hearings to determine whether he should be ousted from the Buffalo Board of Education... [Read More]
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Senate Republicans launched their plan for shriveling Barack Obama's health care law Thursday, edging a step closer to their dream of repeal with a bill that would slice and reshape Medicaid for the poor, relax rules on insurers and end tax increases on higher earners that have helped finance expanded... [Read More]
Senate Republicans have launched their plan for peeling back former President Barack Obama's health care law. [Read More]
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President Barack Obama on Thursday spoke out against a proposed GOP Senate bill that dismantles the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. "I recognize that repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act has become a core tenet of the Republican Party," Obama wrote in a Facebook post. [Read More]
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President Barack Obama on Thursday spoke out against a proposed GOP Senate bill that dismantles the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. [Read More]
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Barack Obama took time out of his busy schedule frolicking in crystal-clear ocean waters with his super-rich friends to tell us his thoughts on the long-promised replacement to his own disastrous healthcare law, calling the Republican version — you guessed it — a disaster for America. Obama used the medium of Facebook to get his point across that Obamacare had the nation's best interests at heart, while the new American Health Care Act doesn't. He dubbed it a "massive transfer of wealth" from the poor and middle class to the richest of the rich:... [Read More]
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Senate Republicans are in for a rough, if not impossible time passing their latest health care plan to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act. A draft carefully-crafted …... [Read More]
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The text of the Senate's 142-page Obamacare repeal bill had been public for just a few hours Thursday when former President Barack Obama weighed in. [Read More]
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The Senate Republican plan for replacing the Affordable Care Act faces a tricky path to approval when it comes up for a vote, with several GOP senators voicing reservations Thursday that could scuttle the legislation. The new bill would keep some of the most popular parts of the health care law passed in 2010 and signed by President Barack Obama, including requiring insurance companies to issue policies to people with pre-existing medical conditions and allowing parents to keep their children on their policies up to age 26. [...] states could allow insurers to charge far more for... [Read More]
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