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Care wraps sale of control to Tiptree

Care Investment Trust Inc. said Friday it has completed a stock sale giving Tiptree Financial Partners LP control of the company and announced four new appointments to its board of directors. Full story

Mass. may soon allow prescription drug discounts

Consumers in 49 states can get discounts or rebates from pharmaceutical companies to help them pay for pricey brand-name prescription drugs, but Massachusetts is the lone holdout. That may change soon. Full story

Sun Healthcare prices offering of 26.7 M shares

Health care facility operator Sun Healthcare Group Inc. said Friday it priced an underwritten public offering of 26.7 million shares at $7.75 per share. Full story

Ariz. watchdog agency files suit over health care

An Arizona-based government watchdog group has filed a lawsuit against President Barack Obama and others in an attempt to derail the federal health care law. Full story

Federal funds will help Va. expand Medicaid

The nearly $540 million Virginia gets from the brand new $26 billion federal jobs bailout will help Virginia pay the costs of broadening eligibility for health care. Full story

US: Firms must spell out workers' benefit rights

Your company just denied your disability claim. What do you do now? How long do you have to file an appeal? And with whom? Full story

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Vermont gov candidate outlines health care plan

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Democrat outlines health care plan

Rubio health plan calls for repeal of Obama law

Mass. Gov. signs bill aimed at health care costs

Violent assaults on nurses rise as programs cut

Coast hospital streamlines appointment system

Final Glance: Health Care Equipment companies

Molina Healthcare 2Q profit falls 27 percent

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You can find safety in consumer staples, industrials and health care stocks, according to Manisha Thakor, author of "Get Financially Naked."

  Angle on health care’s big problem

Rapid Fire: An Ed Show panel talks about the top political stories of the day, including Sharron Angle’s flip-flop on health care.

  Reproductive issues draw attention from frightened electorate

Princeton professor Melissa Harris-Lacewell talks with Rachel Maddow about why extreme anti-abortion views previously only seen on the fringe have migrated to the Republican mainstream.

  Missouri voters reject health care law

Rapid Fire: By a 3-to-1 margin, Missouri voters cast their ballots against the federal law that would force Americans to buy health care insurance. An Ed Show panel discusses.

  Help is on the way for the ‘99ers’

Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich, explains legislation she will co-sponsor which will extend long term unemployment insurance benefits and increase incentives for employers to hire the unemployed.

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