Early Headlines: Minimal State-Based Obamacare Exchanges, China's Marshall Plan, Nigeria Election Results and More

March 31st, 2015
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Early Bird Headlines 31 March 2015

Econintersect: Here are some of the headlines we found to help you start your day. For more headlines see our afternoon feature for GEI members, What We Read Today, which has many more headlines and a number of article discussions to keep you abreast of what we have found interesting.

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U.S.

  • 5 essentials for a minimal state-based PPACA exchange (LifeHealthPro) If the Supreme Court rules that insurance obtained through Health.gov is not eligible for subsidies, the insurance markets in 38 states will be thrown into turmoil and millions will lose affordable coverage. What might be done in a hurry to slavage the situation?
  • Sen. Tom Cotton’s Farsi Version of His Explosive Letter to Iranian Leaders Reads Like a Middle Schooler Wrote It (Foreign Policy) The Farsi version of his letter Sen. Cotton had prepared was a bungled mess, poorly translated, and reads a lot like a middle schooler's attempt at an essay on U.S. constitutional law and the nuclear negotiations with Iran. Cotton also didn't do himself any favors by tweeting one of those lackluster translations at a man who speaks fluent English: Zarif, the foreign minister. President Rouhani's English isn't bad either. Click on headline and read how FP says the letter would read from the Farsi version.
  • After a story is published, a minimum wage worker loses her job (The Washington Post) Worker told interviewer she would benefit from the $0.25 raise. Her boss didn't like that and fired her saying she was "stupid and dumb for talking", according to the fired worker.

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