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Shkreli allegedly ignored calls to limit trading of investors' money, telling Retrophin chairman "I can get rid of you whenever I need to."
Democrats' new proposal to fix Obamacare includes allocating more funding to help insurance plans cover sickest patients, Vox reports.
U.S. Senate Republicans said Tuesday they will seek to bring their health-care overhaul to the Senate floor next week after a lengthy intraparty struggle.
The GOP's health-care reform bill significantly benefits high-income families, according to a recent study.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Tuesday that it approved Alaska's 1332 state innovation waiver application.
The number of insurers applying to sell health plans next year on HealthCare.gov, the federal Obamacare marketplace, is down 38 percent.
Martin Shkreli's lawyer has claimed investors and co-workers questioned his sexuality behind his back.
Shkreli's hedge funds never each had more than $1.6 million in accounts, despite his saying he had much more, an accountant testified.
Jonathan Gruber, MIT economist and Mario Molina, former Molina Healthcare CEO, discuss the fate of Republican health care legislation. At this point it's a "moving target," shifting left and right, says Gruber.
Upward of a dozen Republicans oppose the bill drafted by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Vox reports.
But Schuyler Marshall also said it took months of pestering Shkreli to get money back that he had invested in Shkreli's hedge fund.
By the initial filing deadline, 141 insurers had applied to participate in exchanges, down from last year, according to CMS.
Doubts are growing that Republican senators can pass an Obamacare replacement on their own, and Democrats have seized on that.
The issue of insider political trading, with members and staff buying and selling stock, has continued to plague Congress, The Intercept reports.
The changes would be made in the name of reducing costs and encouraging work, but would make it harder to receive Medicaid benefits, Vox reports.
On the Senate's health-care bill, insurers and hospitals have starkly different views, Vox reports.
Experts say now is a good time for older Americans to review their options, especially if Medicaid is cut.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said Sunday the Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare is "probably going to be dead," reports USA Today.
Jackson Su testified that the "last straw" was seeing Shkreli take $10,000 in cash from his drug company's account.
Stock analyst Caroline Stewart said Shkreli was "very dejected" after losing millions of dollars in a botched short trade.
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