Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the archbishop of New York, said Sunday the Catholic Church’s remains opposed to ObamaCare in large part because it requires businesses to offer health-insurance plans that includes no-cost contraception.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers were circumspect Sunday about the Obama administration’s announcement that the problematic HealthCare.gov website had been “vastly improved” by the deadline to fix the problems.
The latest battle between organized labor and states trying to fix huge budget problems by cutting pension costs has resurfaced in Illinois, where public union leaders are waging an all-out effort to stop the Democrat-led campaign.
Obama administration officials said Saturday -- the deadline to improve the problematic ObamaCare website -- the site “performed well” and that overnight upgrades have improved response times and reduced errors.
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