Congressman: Md. Health Exchange Under Review For Possible FraudA Maryland Congressman says subpoenas are being issued in a federal investigation into Maryland's health exchange. He believes there was fraud in the system that cost taxpayers millions but didn't work right at the start.
U.S. Supreme Exempts Businesses From Contraception MandateA divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Obama's health care overhaul, the first time the high court has declared that businesses can hold religious views under federal law.
Justices: Can't Make Employers Cover ContraceptionThe Supreme Court rules some businesses don't have to provide contraceptive coverage to female employees under the Affordable Care Act if the business owners have religious objections to it.
Court Rules Catholic Benefits Association Exempt From Contraceptive MandateThe court rules all employer members of the Catholic Benefits Association exempt from the Affordable Care Act’s birth control mandate.
Health Secretary Nominee Faces Cordial SenatorsPresident Barack Obama's pick to be the nation's new health secretary faced some pointed questions Wednesday over the health care law, but she also won praise as Republican senators largely passed up the chance for an all-out assault on "Obamacare."
Healthcare Advocates: Md. Insurance Sign-Up A SuccessHealthcare advocates are calling the state's affordable care sign-up a success. With the release of the latest numbers comes a campaign to encourage those who may still qualify for part of the program to sign up.
Md. Audit Released On Health Exchange Problems; State Health Secretary TestifiesMaryland auditors who examined the state's badly flawed health exchange website were given redacted documents to review and produced a report that is limited and provides an incomplete understanding of the development of the site, the state's legislative auditor wrote.
Md. Moves To Revamp Flawed Health ExchangeA Maryland board voted Tuesday to replace technology in the state's badly flawed health-exchange website instead of fixing its current system or partnering with the federal health care exchange.