News bites: SCOTUS mad grab, bishops pressure Komen and more

Washington's power players are working every angle for a seat in the Supreme Court to see oral arguments in the healthcare challenge, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Catholic bishops pressured the Komen Foundation to stop funding Planned Parenthood, Reuters reports.

The Department of Health and Human Services formally stopped funding Texas's Medicaid program for low-income women because the state banned Planned Parenthood from participating, Kaiser Health News reports.

One of Virginia's best-ranked dentists could go to prison for 20 years for allegedly distributing painkillers, The Washington Post reports.

Wealthy families increasingly are paying tens of thousands of dollars a year for high-end medical services — known as "concierge care" — that aren't covered by insurance, Bloomberg reports.

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