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Source: Global News

Paul McCartney, Emma Stone team up in anti-bullying ‘Who Cares’ video

Today 11:46 GMT

2019 will be the year we stand up and say #WhoCaresIDo Stay tuned for Paul's new musical short film 'Who Cares I Do', starring Emma Stone.

I do!” #PaulMcCartney #EmmaStone #EgyptStation. With Creative Visions, McCartney and Stone hope to raise global awareness of the issues explored in the Who Cares video. Their ultimate mission is to use it as an engagement tool that will provide a network of specialists and experts that will help educate, support and inspire victims with love and kindness.

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Source: Fox News

3 financial documents everyone needs

Today 11:46 GMT

Penny Vance, fiduciary managing director at PNC Wealth Management says there are three financial documents everyone should have: a will, an advanced medical directive and a durable power of attorney.

We need to know we have someone we trust - whether it’s a family member, one of your children or an attorney – somebody who is taking care of our assets and covering our financial needs.” Once you have drafted your will, advanced medical directive and durable power of attorney; your work isn't done.

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Source: The Guradian

Trump made the conservative dream of remaking the federal judiciary true

Today 10:50 GMT

Yet there is one area in which Trump has made the long-held dreams of his conservative supporters come true: the remaking of the federal judiciary.

The presidency of Donald Trump has had very mixed results for those of his supporters who hoped he would deliver conservative policy priorities. Trump’s scandals and high-octane promotion of white identity politics have sucked up all the available oxygen.

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Source: The Week

Republicans have become their own caricature of postmodernism

Today 10:50 GMT

If there is any political faction that behaves like the most hysterically exaggerated caricature of postmodernism, it is the current Republican Party.

Let us at least be clear that if anyone is introducing moral relativism into American society, and undermining shared understandings of basic facts, it is the Republican Party.

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Source: Common Domain

This is exactly what families must earn in each state to afford housing, child care and food

Today 10:50 GMT

• Two working parents with one infant and one preschool-aged child would have to make over $101,000 per year to have financial security in New York and over $105,000 in Massachusetts.

One-third of people in the U.S. are “financially insecure,” according to a recent report from women’s advocacy organization the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR). That means that in a given month, they are unable to pay for their housing, child care, food, and transportation costs.

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Source: Fox News

Why some conservatives don't like the ruling against ObamaCare

Today 07:00 GMT

Conservatives who have long despised ObamaCare might be expected to rejoice now that a federal judge in Texas has ruled the law unconstitutional.

"No one opposes ObamaCare more than we do," says The Wall Street Journal's editorial page, but the ruling "is likely to be overturned on appeal and may boomerang politically on Republicans." Conservatives who have long despised ObamaCare might be expected to rejoice now that a federal judge in Texas has ruled the law unconstitutional.

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Source: Common Domain

Texas ruling over Obamacare is wrong to claim that without the insurance mandate, the health-care law can’t survive

Monday 23:40 GMT

The ruling by a federal judge in Texas that the individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional — and therefore the entire law is invalid — whistles past a new economic reality.

With or without the mandate, the insurance markets created by the ACA are stable and providing coverage for millions of Americans who otherwise would be courting financial ruin when a health crisis strikes.

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Source: Common Domain

States Ask for Clarity on Judge’s Ruling on Affordable Care Act

Today 01:30 GMT

Democratic-led states urged a federal judge Monday to clarify that the Affordable Care Act is still in effect and can be enforced while they challenge a ruling that the health law is unconstitutional.

“The recent U.S. District Court decision regarding the Affordable Care Act is not an injunction that halts the enforcement of the law and not a final judgment,” the Department of Health and Human Services said in a statement Monday.

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Source: Common Domain

The Texas Obamacare ruling’s biggest impact could be on insurance costs

Monday 10:49 GMT

A Texas judge’s ruling late Friday that the provision of the Affordable Care Act requiring everyone be insured is unconstitutional and therefore the law doesn’t stand will almost certainly not stand on appeal, as most legal scholars agree.

J.B. Silvers is a professor of health finance at Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management & School of Medicine.

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Source: Fox News

Obama pushes for ObamaCare enrollments after Texas judge deems law unconstitutional

Monday 00:34 GMT

California and other several other stated with opposing views on ObamaCare are likely to challenge the new ruling through an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor dealt a blow to Obama’s 2012 health care initiative on Friday after 20 states, including Texas, argued that they had been hurt by a jump in the numbers of people utilizing state-backed insurance.

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Source: Fox News

Dr. Marc Siegel: ObamaCare is here for now, but needs to become more effective to survive

Monday 08:58 GMT

Whether or not it is ultimately deemed unconstitutional, the Affordable Care Act must evolve into something more effective and actually affordable or it will not survive.

While Saturday was the last day for signing up for ObamaCare through healthcare.gov for 2019, people can still enroll through state exchanges in Rhode Island until Dec. 23 and enrollment ends in January in California, Colorado, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York and Washington, D.C.. Nearly 12 million people have signed up for ObamaCare – officially known as the Affordable Care Act – this year.

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Source: The Guradian

Fate of Obama's health law set to be decided by supreme court – again

Sunday 15:24 GMT

The future of the Affordable Care Act is once again set to be decided by the US supreme court, amid warnings from experts that healthcare access for millions of Americans hangs in the balance.

“This is insanity in print, and it will not stand up on appeal,” tweeted Nicholas Bagley, an expert in health law at the University of Michigan Law School.


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