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  • Deepening the controversy over tax subsidies to help lower-income workers obtain health insurance, a federal trial judge in Oklahoma on Tuesday barred those credits for individuals who shop for coverage on marketplaces run by the federal government, not by a state. That issue is already awaiting the Supreme Court’s attention, with the federal government due […]
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  • Sept 30 (Reuters) – Oil and gas producer Afren Plc said an independent review revealed no further incidents of unauthorised payments so far, two months into a probe that has led to the suspension of four executives so far. Source:
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  • ACCRA, Sept 30 (Reuters) – The U.N. mission to combat Ebola wants to see significant progress in fighting the deadly disease within 60 days, including ensuring that 70 percent of cases receive treatment, its new head said on Tuesday. Source:
  • You know those morning shows, right? The ones you listen to on the way into the office because one of the senior partners thinks it is high-larious, so you need to be up on Donnie the D-Bag or Angie the Asshole or whoever hosts your local morning drive time slice of hell. Perhaps your burden […]
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  • Yesterday the Justices met for the so-called “Long Conference,” at which they considered new petitions for certiorari for the first time since late June. Once again, news coverage of the Court focuses on the cases slated for consideration at that conference, and in particular the seven petitions arising out of challenges to state bans on […]