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The bill is distinguishing between those who belong to the Medicaid expansion population and one group (pregnant women of a certain income) who are not part of the expansion population. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh, File)

No, the Senate healthcare bill doesn't cut pregnant women off Medicaid

The bill is distinguishing between those who belong to the Medicaid expansion population and one group (pregnant women of a certain income)...

Meet the Jones Act: A 97-year-old regulatory law that's costing you money

By Mark J. Perry, contributor

There's no longer any economic reason to keep the anti-competitive and outdated Jones Act, a form of protectionism for the United States shi...

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Poll: Indebted millennials view student loan debt as a greater threat than North Korea

By Emily Jashinsky

Though only 30 percent said North Korea was a bigger problem than the loan crisis, more than 50 percent said global warming was the bigger p...

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