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.

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

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