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A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.
News outlets report on health care developments in California, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Tennessee,
The new law represents one of the nation's most far-reaching vaccine mandates, barring religious and other personal-belief exemptions for school children. Only two other states, West Virginia and Mississippi, bar such exemptions. Some predict opponents will challenge the measure in court.
Meanwhile, on the tobacco front, the New York Times continues its reporting on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and its global work against anti-smoking laws, highlighting how some of the organization's members don't agree with these efforts.
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush's tax filings show his net worth soared after he left the office of Florida governor in 2007. The New York Times reports that this financial boost included his earnings as a paid director to Tenet Healthcare, a hospital company which supported the health law.
Meanwhile, Politico Pro reports that some states are attempting to tackle the growing cost of medications.
About 80 percent of the dollars went to doctors for consulting, speeches, research and other activities. Nearly 610,000 doctors received payments, as well as some 1,100 teaching hospitals, according to government data. The effort to highlight potential conflicts of interest is mandated by the Affordable Care Act.