Drew Armstrong

Healthcare Reporter, Bloomberg News

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Healthcare reporter for Bloomberg News; former healthcare reporter for Congressional Quarterly

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Since healthcare reform requirements went into effect, there's been stiff resistance from some businesses and insurance companies.

US Waives Health Insurance Minimums for 30 Companies

Since healthcare reform requirements went into effect, there's been stiff resistance from some businesses and insurance companies.

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In a procedural vote early this morning, Senate Democrats set the course for a series of final measures that appear to guarantee passage on Christmas Eve of a far-reaching  overhaul …

Senate Healthcare Bill Could Be Passed Christmas Eve

In a procedural vote early this morning, Senate Democrats set the course for a series of final measures that appear to guarantee passage on Christmas Eve of a far-reaching overhaul …

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In a procedural vote early this morning, Senate Democrats set the course for a series of final measures that appear to guarantee passage on Christmas Eve of a far-reaching  overhaul …

Senate Healthcare Bill Could Be Passed Christmas Eve

In a procedural vote early this morning, Senate Democrats set the course for a series of final measures that appear to guarantee passage on Christmas Eve of a far-reaching overhaul …

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