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    • Building Ambitions: The Big Money World Of Kids' Care

      In this three-part series, KHN explores the growing world of children's hospitals.

      (Daily Report) Sep 30, 2011

    • First Edition: September 30, 2011

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports about how new and old health policy positions are playing on the campaign trail.

      (Daily Report) Sep 30, 2011

    • Obama Administration Asks High Court To Rule On Health Law

      The Justice Department's formal appeal puts to rest speculation about the administration's legal strategy. In addition, Republican state attorneys general separately asked the Supreme Court for a verdict early next year. Many observers say the new timeline will make the court's ultimate finding a factor in the presidential election.

      (Daily Report) Sep 29, 2011

    • State Roundup: Mass. Doctors Not Keen On New Payment Methods

      News outlets report on a variety of state health policy options.

      (Daily Report) Sep 29, 2011

    • Medicaid Payments In N.Y., Kentucky Questioned

      New York auditors says nursing homes were overpaid, while a Kentucky state senator says doctors at the University of Louisville misused Medicaid funds.

      (Daily Report) Sep 29, 2011

    • Jails Are Holding Increasing Numbers Of Mentally Ill

      The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that in Georgia more mentally ill people are locked away than are treated in state psychiatric hospitals. In other state news about mental health, Florida seeks to recoup $4 million from a company that managed Medicaid mental health services, and Milwaukee considers bolstering services.

      (Daily Report) Sep 29, 2011

    • First Edition: September 29, 2011

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports that a Supreme Court ruling on the 2010 health law is now likely before the 2012 presidential election.

      (Daily Report) Sep 29, 2011

    • Administration Seeks Quick Supreme Court Health Law Ruling

      This Justice Department step is being viewed as a signal that the Obama administration wants the high court to decide the question of the health law's constitutionality before the 2012 presidential election. KHN summarizes today's news coverage.

      (Daily Report) Sep 28, 2011

    • NFIB Asks High Court To Strike Down All Of The Health Law

      The National Federation of Independent Business, a small-business advocacy organization, will file an appeal today. In it, the group will ask the Supreme Court to move beyond the law's individual mandate and strike down the entire measure.

      (Daily Report) Sep 28, 2011

    • State Roundup: D.C. Facing Doctor Shortage

      News outlets report on a variety of state health policy issues.

      (Daily Report) Sep 28, 2011