Tag: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Students sparse at Obamacare forum

Health journalist holds seminar to answer crowd’s questions on ACA. Valerie Osier | Staff Writer Award-winning health journalist, Emily Bazar, answered important questions on Obamacare for the half-empty Digital Library Auditorium at Riverside City College.  The free informational event attracted about 30 people who sought answers from Bazar about the new law on Nov. 21. The forum was hosted by the Center for Health

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Divided we stand

As the House of Representatives and Congress continue to feud, The United States suffer the consequences of a federal government shutdown. October: the time of falling leaves, chilly winds and a federal government shutdown. It’s no secret that the House of Representatives, the Senate and President Barack Obama have a difficult time agreeing on things

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How much does Obama care?

MARK ANTHONY HOWARD | OPINIONS EDITOR I don’t know how much President Obama really cares about my health individually, but the Obamacare bill makes a convincing argument that he is at least concerned about the overall welfare of the American People. Beginning on Oct 1, individuals and families will be able to compare their options by

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Remembering the Sept. 11 tragedy 12 years later

Mark Howard | Opinions Editor And then they began to Jump! I will never forget the images on my 27-inch Zenith television screen as I watched American people spear from the sky tops of New York City buildings. The horrific tragedy of September 11th 2001 taught me the true sentiments of what being an American

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