Month: March 2011

New Legislation Seeks to Discard Medicare Bidding System

Reps. Thompson and Altmire announced new legislation this week entitled the Fairness in Medicare Bidding Act, or H.R. 1041 in front of a standing-room-only crowd. This would serve to repeal the current bidding program which was created in 2003, and which Thompson says limits the choices of seniors in obtaining quality medical products.

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3/17 Morning O’Buzz

It’s Saint Patrick’s Day, and candidates who drew top ballot position yesterday are feeling the luck of the Irish. Tom Corbett? Not so lucky. An F&M poll this morning says some of the Gov’s major policy points meet with wide disapproval from voters, especially higher ed cuts.

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Philadelphia Candidates Fish For Coveted Top Ballot Position

Incumbent City Councilman Bill Greenlee, a Democrat, was a big winner on Wednesday. Considered vulnerable in a crowded field (20 Democrats filed nominating petitions to run for five at-large seats), Greenlee’s chance for reelection improved after drawing a spot at the top of the list.

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3/16 Morning Buzz

Schwank wins, Delano sits down with Obama, and the DCNR official apologized for his Nazi comments.

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