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Obamacare's Slush Fund Fuels A Broader Lobbying Controversy

Stuart Taylor | Forbes | May 30, 2013

A little-noticed part of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act channels some $12.5 billion into a vaguely defined “Prevention and Public Health Fund” over the next decade–and some of that money is going for everything from massage therapists who offer “calming techniques,” to groups advocating higher state and local taxes on tobacco and soda, and stricter zoning restrictions on fast-food restaurants. Read More »

Open-Source Maps Of California’s Emergency Medical Agencies

Ben Welsh | Los Angeles Times | December 21, 2012

The [Los Angeles] Times is releasing free and open-source files that map out the boundaries of the regional agencies that regulate emergency medical services in California. The release coincides with a Times investigation published Friday that found that outdated technology has frustrated efforts by state officials to measure how well local agencies perform emergency rescues. Read More »

VA Disability Claims For Sleep Apnea Skyrocket To Over $1.2 Billion Per Year

Caroline May | Daily Caller | June 4, 2013

The Department of Veterans Affairs is reportedly spending over $1.2 billion per year to treat sleep apnea, leading one attorney to call on Congress to investigate. Read More »