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WASHINGTON - Married gay couples will be eligible for a family health policy under President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law, beginning in 2015, the U.S. government said on Friday, encouraging insurers to begin offering coverage this year.
WASHINGTON - The Republican-run U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved a bipartisan deal to spare doctors from a looming Medicare pay cut but included a provision to undermine Obamacare, which critics said was a non-starter in the Democratic-controlled Senate.
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NASHUA, New Hampshire - Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, a moderate Republican who moved to New Hampshire last year, said on Friday he had begun exploring a run for Senate in his new home state that could help his party gain a seat in the chamber now controlled by Democrats.