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Two years in, Obamacare still complex, uncertain

ST. PAUL — The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act may simply be called “Obamacare,” but no one calls it simple.

Forum Communications, 12/01/2012

Health insurance will be a few clicks away

ST. PAUL — More than a fifth of Minnesotans will sit down at a computer, or talk to someone using a computer, a year from now answering a series of questions.

Forum Communications, 12/01/2012

State’s plans for health care exchanges vary

ST. PAUL — Few states are as far along as Minnesota in establishing a state-based health insurance exchange program, and at last report only 17 have decided to set them up.

Forum Communications, 12/01/2012

Policies and politics quiet ahead of the new session

ST. PAUL — It is a busy, busy time in legislative offices these days.

West Central Tribune, 11/29/2012

DFL’s House leadership choices don’t sit easy with Republicans

ST. PAUL — The Minnesota House agriculture committee chairman for the past two years is concerned Democrats are putting agriculture on the back burner as they take control of the chamber.

West Central Tribune, 11/26/2012

Impacts could be widespread

ST. PAUL — Americans could see their federal tax bills increase, in some cases dramatically. People who depend on federal programs may not receive services or funds they expect. Rural doctors could see payments drop. With businesses reluctant to spend money in uncertain times, finding jobs may be harder. The stock market could tumble. A recession may begin.

West Central Tribune, 11/20/2012

‘Fiscal cliff’: Impacts could be widespread

ST. PAUL — Americans could see their federal tax bills increase, in some cases dramatically. People who depend on federal programs may not receive services or funds they expect. Rural doctors could see payments drop. With businesses reluctant to spend money in uncertain times, finding jobs may be harder. The stock market could tumble. A recession may begin.

West Central Tribune, 11/20/2012

‘Fiscal cliff’: Impacts could be widespread

ST. PAUL — Americans could see their federal tax bills increase, in some cases dramatically. People who depend on federal programs may not receive services or funds they expect. Rural doctors could see payments drop. With businesses reluctant to spend money in uncertain times, finding jobs may be harder. The stock market could tumble. A recession may begin.

West Central Tribune, 11/19/2012

Farm bill could be part of ‘fiscal cliff’ solution

ST. PAUL — A farm bill awaiting congressional action is being viewed more and more as a partial solution to the federal government’s debt and budget crisis.

West Central Tribune, 11/17/2012

Majority leader names Senate committee chairs

ST. PAUL -- Incoming Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk has announced who will lead committees for the next four years.

West Central Tribune, 11/15/2012

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