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March 24, 2014 Dave Camp's Plan for the Expired Tax Provisions: An Almost-Good Idea | Forbes
March 23, 2014 Tax Reform to Start with Baby Steps in the House | Roll Call
March 21, 2014 House-Senate Impasse on Aid to Jobless Has Workers in Limbo | The Star Tribune
March 19, 2014 White House Reverses Decision to Cut ACA Cost-Sharing Subsidies | Health IT Outcomes
March 19, 2014 SGR Repeal Bill Would Cost More than $180 Billion, CBO Says | Modern Healthcare
March 19, 2014 Obama Administration Decrees Part of Obamacare Exempt from Sequester Cuts | Northern Colorado Gazette
March 17, 2014 Warren Buffett, Maya MacGuineas, AIG, Kraft Foods | Yahoo Finance
March 17, 2014 Closing Bell: 23 Hours from Now: Janet Yellen Gives First News Conf as Fed Chair | CNBC
March 16, 2014 A Costly Doc Fix | The National Review
March 16, 2014 On Tap Tuesday | Politico Pro Report
March 16, 2014 Winter Cuts Leave Vets in the Colde | Voice of Russia American Edition
March 15, 2014 Go Ahead, You Balance the Federal Budget | Pilot Online
March 14, 2014 How the Jobless Deal Could Cut Your Pension | CNBC
March 13, 2014 White House Reverses $10B in Cuts to ACA Cost-Sharing Subsidies | ModernHealthcare
March 13, 2014 Does the Sequester Apply to Cost-Sharing Subsidies? | The Incidental Economist
March 13, 2014 Cost-Sharing Subsidies Avoid Sequester's Chopping Block | Fierce Health Payer
March 13, 2014 Obama Declares Budget Cuts Don't Apply to ACA | The New American
March 13, 2014 Medicare SGR Replacement Is Not Worth More Deficit Spending | The Heritage Foundation
March 13, 2014 Reform Update: Providers Grow More Nervous That SGR Won't Be Repealed | Modern Healthcare
March 12, 2014 White House: Sequester No Longer Applies to Part of Obamacare | The National Journal