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March 28, 2012 | By Jon Healey
The Supreme Court is tackling two aspects of the healthcare reform law Wednesday. One is the subject of an editorial by The Times -- whether expanding Medicaid coerces states to do something Congress doesn't have the power to order them directly to do. Not surprisingly, given its general position on the law , The Times' editorial board argues that the expansion is legal. The other issue is whether the entire law should be struck down if the individual mandate to buy coverage were held unconstitutional.
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March 28, 2012 | By Jon Healey
The Supreme Court is tackling two aspects of the healthcare reform law Wednesday. One is the subject of an editorial by The Times -- whether expanding Medicaid coerces states to do something Congress doesn't have the power to order them directly to do. Not surprisingly, given its general position on the law , The Times' editorial board argues that the expansion is legal. The other issue is whether the entire law should be struck down if the individual mandate to buy coverage were held unconstitutional.
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BUSINESS
January 17, 2013 | By Alana Semuels
It's a worst-case scenario for most employees: There's someone in China who can do your job quickly, efficiently and for about one-fifth of your salary, and your boss absolutely loves his work.  But one U.S. software developer turned this nightmare on its head and actually benefited from outsourcing, a report says. That's because, unbeknownst to his bosses, he hired a Chinese developer to do his job, allowing him to take home impeccable performance reviews while actually spending the day watching cat videos and shopping on EBay.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 1988 | CURTIS L. TAYLOR
In 1961, Debra Reels-Mothershed entered kindergarten at Johnson Elementary School in Southeast San Diego. In 1988, she is still going to school there, only now she is the head of the class. "I am now teaching the kids of some of the people I went to school with, in the same classroom," she said. For Thomas Rinde it has been 32 long, hard years since he began teaching, but he has survived, thanks in part to the support of his students and his wife.
HEALTH
December 12, 2005 | Jeannine Stein, Times Staff Writer
For moderate social drinkers, hopping on the wagon for a month shouldn't have been that daunting of a task. Not just any moderate social drinkers, but a handful of men and women who are exceptionally fit, as in training-for-a-marathon fit. These are people used to discipline and healthy lifestyles, people who can get through a rigorous boot camp class without hurling. Yet some found that wagon trip much more uncomfortable than they thought, and didn't even last a month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 1988 | CURTIS L. TAYLOR
In 1961, Debra Reels-Mothershed entered kindergarten at Johnson Elementary School in Southeast San Diego. In 1988, she is still going to school there, only now she is the head of the class. "I am now teaching the kids of some of the people I went to school with, in the same classroom," she said. For Thomas Rinde it has been 32 long, hard years since he began teaching, but he has survived, thanks in part to the support of his students and his wife.
NEWS
March 5, 1987 | GARY KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
If Gregg Popovich were a professor of theology, he might have chosen to spend a sabbatical year in Jerusalem. If he were a professor of archeology, he might have gone to an excavation site in Africa. But Popovich felt that the best way to improve in his field was to visit the tobacco fields of North Carolina and the wheat fields of Kansas. The Pomona-Pitzer basketball coach is on sabbatical leave this year and spent the months leading up to the basketball season at the University of North Carolina, studying under Coach Dean Smith.
NEWS
May 30, 2007
Which of these frosh series is most deserving of Emmy recognition? A. "Brothers & Sisters" B. "Ugly Betty" C. "30 Rock" D. "Heroes" E. "Dexter" F. "Friday Night Lights" Log on to TheEnvelope.com to vote.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1991 | CARLA RIVERA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Owners of a Westminster Mall jewelry store were cleaning up shattered glass and taking stock of their losses Saturday after a brazen robbery attempt the previous night that left one man wounded and four suspects jailed. The victim, Parounak Karadolian, 34, of Fountain Valley, a co-owner of Dekara Designs, was treated at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center for a gunshot wound to the left arm and released late Friday, said Westminster Police Lt. Richard Main.
NEWS
January 17, 2013 | By Paul Whitefield
When the boss does it, he's a savvy businessman and gets a bonus. When Joe Average Computer Guy does it, he gets a pink slip. Apparently, what's good for the tech goose isn't OK for the computer gander. I'm talking about job outsourcing, of course. The Times' Alana Semuels reported Thursday on the strange case of “Bob,” a computer software developer at an unnamed U.S. company who “unbeknownst to his bosses, hired a Chinese developer to do his job, allowing him to take home impeccable performance reviews while actually spending the day watching cat videos and shopping on EBay.” Bob's very clever scheme was uncovered when officials noticed the company's computer network was being accessed daily by someone in from Shenyang, China, using Bob's account.
SPORTS
November 23, 2009
Rk. Team Rec. Result Next 1. CONNECTICUT 3-0 Did not play Hofstra, Friday 2. STANFORD 4-0 d. UC Davis, 76-51 Utah, Friday Cardinal takes control with 16-2 run after Aggies score first five points. 3. OHIO STATE 5-0 d. Oklahoma St., 93-72 NC Greensboro, Wednesday Buckeyes have scored at least 88 points in every game this season. 4. NORTH CAROLINA 3-0 d. UNLV, 78-68 Presbyterian, Wednesday Italee Lucas scores Tar Heels' first 11 points in second half, finishes with 24. 5. NOTRE DAME 3-0 d. Iona, 80-45 San Diego State, Thursday Irish force 33 turnovers en route to victory.
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