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Costly Care: the new class of uninsured under Obamacare, Full Measure, Jan. 31, 2016 The troublesome Cadillac Tax of Obamacare, Full Measure, Dec. 20, 2015 United threatens to pull the plug on Obamacare, Full Measure, Nov. 29, 2015 Taxpayer-funded Obamacare co-ops going under, Full Measure, Nov. 1, 2015 Robert Laszewski on how dismal enrollment projections are […]

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Obamacare “Fail” Stories

The White House has helped gather many success stories born of the Affordable Care Act. Read ACA success stories here. Many people have undoubtedly been helped: for example, the previously uninsurable with pre-existing conditions. However, other Americans have been disappointed by Obamacare and believe it has worked against them. Tell your “fail” stories by clicking […]

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Costly Obamacare

The increasing unaffordability of Affordable Health Care New evidence that forcing people to buy health insurance doesn’t mean they will get health care. In fact, sometimes, the result is the opposite. Millions of Americans gained health insurance under Obamacare. But for millions more, their insurance costs much more and covers less. Preventive services may not […]

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Judge Questions Govt. Delays in Attkisson v. HHS

U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan calls speed of government response “unreasonable” When government offers to double the speed its response, Judge Chutkan replies: “But that will take us to, what, seven years instead of 14?” I’ve been seeking public information on HealthCare.gov since the fall of 2013. Under Freedom of Information (FOI) law, the government is […]

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Obamacare: Republicans Can’t Win For Losing?

If the plaintiffs win the current Affordable Care Act (ACA) case before the U.S. Supreme Court, King v. Burwell, millions of Americans who bought health insurance through the federal marketplace or “exchange” will lose the federal tax dollars they’re getting to help buy their policies. That’s because the Court would have ruled the ACA only allowed […]

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Obamacare official in California: ‘Avoid using public email’

Part two of my investigation into Covered California, Obamacare’s biggest state experiment: Aiden Hill’s introduction to the secretive culture at Covered California came in his first days on the job. He had just been hired to head up the agency’s $120 million call center effort when he emailed a superior April 18, 2013 and got […]

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Why the Left Wing Blog Media Matters Gets So Worked Up About Facts

Why the liberal blog Media Matters works itself up into such a tizzy over any reporting (and reporters) that it perceives as a threat to its interests.  But I think most anybody who’s even heard of them already knew this. Read article on Hillary Clinton’s mention of Media Matters Share      

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Obamacare Used to Register Voters

Last spring, John* purchased health insurance through the Washington State healthcare exchange. He was surprised when, last month, he received an email from the exchange at the address he’d provided when he signed up. The email was entitled, “Voter Registration Information.” It read, in part: “I did think it was an effort to [register voters] […]

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“Most Transparent Administration Puts Gag Order on HealthCare.gov Testing”

Health policy strategist Robert Laszewski is out with his latest analysis of news that insurers are being required to keep strict confidentiality surrounding what should be the wholly public business of HeathCare.gov. Apparently, the administration doesn’t want word getting out if things don’t go as smoothly as they hope in new testing prior to the […]

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