2011 predictions from tax policy experts at TaxVox include lots of chest thumping and growling from Washington, but no substantive legislation.
Some parts of health care reform are already phasing in. Here nine key provisions that take effect Jan. 1.
Health insurance in Ohio expands to include more poor children. HHS awards $12.4 million bonus.
The legal battle over health-care reform is destined for the Supreme Court, analysts say. On Thursday a US district judge in Florida hears arguments in a case brought by 20 states.
Reverse mortgages are too complicated and costly, says a recent report from consumer advocates. One alternative: a private reverse mortgage.
A federal judge rules that the central element of Obama's health care law violates the Constitution. Republicans are touting the ruling as a victory, but it might not be long-term.
The bill makes biggest changes to Child Nutrition Act in half a century. It expands access to school lunch program and lets USDA set child nutrition guidelines for schools. Next stop: Obama's desk.