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George Clooney had an epic blowup over President Obama with Steve Wynn in Las Vegas that ended with the actor calling Wynn “an a - - hole” and storming off as the casino mogul’s security guards got ready to pounce on him.

Clooney came to verbal blows with the famously tough Wynn while dining at his Encore hotel with Rande Gerber.

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A source told Page Six, “George and Rande were in Vegas for a party for their Casamigos tequila and had an early dinner with Wynn and other associates.

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jindal-speechLouisiana Governor Bobby Jindal made a splash of headlines a few weeks ago by proposing his alternative to Obamacare. Many of his ideas are the part of the same list he’s been shopping around for years, some of it pieced together from a litany of Republican proposals. He’s being blistered by a number of state and national columnists for not putting forth anything new or original.

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While the debate continues over how many ObamaCare enrollees are actually paying their premiums, one aspect of the law temporarily rewards those who actually stop paying – and doctors may wind up bearing the cost.

“This law provides a 90-day grace period for people who have subsidized ObamaCare exchange plans and stopped paying their premium," said Betsy McCaughey, health care author and former New York lieutenant governor.

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While the debate continues over how many ObamaCare enrollees are actually paying their premiums, one aspect of the law temporarily rewards those who actually stop paying – and doctors may wind up bearing the cost.

“This law provides a 90-day grace period for people who have subsidized ObamaCare exchange plans and stopped paying their premium," said Betsy McCaughey, health care author and former New York lieutenant governor.

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While the debate continues over how many ObamaCare enrollees are actually paying their premiums, one aspect of the law temporarily rewards those who actually stop paying – and doctors may wind up bearing the cost.

“This law provides a 90-day grace period for people who have subsidized ObamaCare exchange plans and stopped paying their premium," said Betsy McCaughey, health care author and former New York lieutenant governor.

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BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

Supporters of Medicaid expansion rallied on the steps of the Louisiana State Capitol on Wednesday.

The rally proceeded a debate in the Senate Health and Welfare Committee on a bill that would put the decision in the hands of the people on whether or not Louisiana wants to participate in the Affordable Care Act, which is also referred to by some as Obamacare.

Currently, Louisiana does not participate and these people are trying to change that.

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HealthCareDebateOn Monday, various groups in support of the federally funded Medicaid expansion and removal of what they call the Jindal gap held a Google Hangout webcast. People who fall into the Jindal gap are those who can neither get Obamacare nor Medicaid. This gap, according to several organizations, is caused by Jindal’s refusal to accept the Medicaid expansion.

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Marine’s Premiums Spike Due to Obamacare
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 09:16

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An ad from Americans for Prosperity details the sad story of a Marine whose health insurance policy premium costs “went way up” due to Obamacare.

Christopher Schiff, a Marine Corps veteran, explains his disappointment after Sen. Mary Landrieu (D.

The ACA Becomes a Democratic Weapon as Sen. Mary Landrieu Uses It to Destroy GOP Opponent

By: Jason Easleymore from Jason Easley
Wednesday, April, 23rd, 2014, 10:10 am

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In the key state of Louisiana, Sen.

President Obama and other officials like to point to projections by the Congressional Budget Office to show that ObamaCare "is working," as the president put it.

He said 8 million have enrolled in the federal exchanges, but the CBO said in a recent report only 6 million are newly insured and some say even fewer than that did not have prior insurance.

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