Low-Level Drug Offenders Find New Source Of Addiction HelpThe money turned up in a previously untapped source: President Barack Obama's health care law
Nearly 11,000 New People Sign Up For Health InsuranceMore than 112,000 have renewed their coverage for 2016
Head Of Washington Health Exchange To Step DownHe has not announced what he plans to do next.
Inslee Signs Judicial Review Of Mental Health DecisionsGov. Jay Inslee has signed a law that will allow family members to ask a judge to step in if a mental health professional will not involuntarily commit a relative they believe could be suicidal or a danger to others.
Department Seeks Consultant On Health Care Provider Tax The state health department is seeking consulting help to develop a proposal for a health care provider tax in Alaska.
Washington Exchange Signs 170,000 Up For Private InsuranceAbout 170,000 Washington residents bought insurance through the state's health care exchange during open enrollment that ended last week.
How The Affordable Healthcare Act Affects Tax FilingLearn how the Affordable Healthcare Act, and whether or not you have insurance, will impact the way you do taxes this year.
US Supreme Court Decision Could Affect Washington Many believe Harris v. Quinn will have implications for Washington state
Oregon Moves To Dump Health Exchange Website State officials looking to dump troubled online health exchange and use the federal marketplace instead.
Oregon's $160M Obamacare Website Won't Launch Before March DeadlineOfficials with Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange said the full online Cover Oregon portal will not be open to the public before the end of March, when nearly all Americans are required to have insurance under the federal health care law.
Washington One Of Top States In Health Care Enrollment During the first few months of health insurance enrollment in the new system, Washington state signed more people up for insurance than all but a handful of states.
Study: People Recently Enrolled In Medicaid Went To ER 40 Percent More Frequently Than OthersA new study has found that people enrolled recently in Medicaid went to the emergency room 40 percent more frequently than others, often seeking help for conditions that could be treated less expensively in a doctor's office or an urgent care clinic.

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