By Elise Viebeck and Sam Baker - 06/27/13 10:21 PM EDT
Healthwatch has more about the letter.
'Dirty work': Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) urged the NBA and the NFL not to do the administration's "dirty work" this week as Sebelius announced she might partner with sports affiliates to promote ObamaCare. In a letter to the NFL and NBA commissioners on Thursday, Scalise argued that sports affiliates should not promote healthcare reform because it could negatively affect the economy and the healthcare system.
Read more about Scalise's letter at Healthwatch.
Win for Hobby Lobby: The chain of arts-and-crafts stores won a procedural ruling from a federal appeals court that makes it more likely to gain a temporary exemption from ObamaCare's contraception mandate. The appeals court said a lower court was wrong on some counts when it denied Hobby Lobby's request for a temporary injunction that would shield it from the mandate while its legal challenge progresses. Healthwatch has the story.
The House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on Health will hold a hearing on improving Medicare Part B.
State by state
New budget expands healthcare in Calif.
Ashcroft Group / Share Our Strength
Burton Kamins Advocacy / Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association
The New York Times reminds us that healthcare is very expensive.
The Fiscal Times says millennials are ObamaCare's "last hope."
California Healthline breaks down what's changed in the year since the Supreme Court upheld President Obama's healthcare law.
Perry: 'Unfortunate' Davis didn't learn from her experience as a single mother
Court aids Hobby Lobby's challenge to contraception mandate
DOMA ruling could limit ObamaCare eligibility
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