Kevin Sack

New York Times

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National correspondent for the New York Times, covering healthcare issues

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There have been 31 separate legal challenges to President Obama's  healthcare reform .

Federal Judges Challenge Constitutionality of the Healthcare Law

There have been 31 separate legal challenges to President Obama's healthcare reform .

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Originally designed to assist the dying at the very end of their lives  hospice coverage  by Medicare started in 1983.

The Hospice Biz

Originally designed to assist the dying at the very end of their lives hospice coverage by Medicare started in 1983.

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