Confusion over the issue will only stoke public concerns over the president's signature achievement.
The health care overhaul is prompting some schools to reduce adjunct professors' work time to avoid paying for health insurance.
Unhappy about a new condom law, it's moving out of its usual haunts into neighboring -- and often unsuspecting -- residential areas.
Washington state is considering taking its part-time employees off its insurance plan and sticking Uncle Sam with the tab.
To save lives and reduce the economic costs of contamination, producers and consumers need to take a farm-to-table approach to safety.
The organic foods company is facing angry customers after it sued over the Affordable Care Act's contraception requirements.
Local lawmakers have the right to refuse -- but businesses, poor residents and political careers may suffer as a result.
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