Obama Considers Administrative Fix To Health Care Law
Kubiak, 52, was released from a Houston hospital Tuesday, and doctors expect him to make a full recovery, although the team is not putting a timetable on his return. He suffered a transient ischemic attack, a condition that causes stroke symptoms by temporarily stopping blood flow to the brain. Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips who had head coaching jobs in Buffalo, Denver and Dallas has taken over as coach in Kubiak’s absence. “It’s a tough job,” former NFL tackle Tony Boselli said. “It’s tough on your family, because of the hours you work.
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He said the White House was looking at a range of options in response to the law’s problematic rollout. The most popular idea for a fix on the Hill is legislation that would entitle someone who purchases health insurance coverage through the end of this year to keep that coverage. Other legislative responses may include extending the health exchange enrollment deadline or or delaying the penalty for not purchasing coverage. Obama is also considering a different approach.
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