Blame Trump, Courts, Congress and America – But Don’t Blame Obamacare

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Obamacare’s Limited Enrollment Hurts People (Real Life, Real Pain) (OCTS original reporting)

Court rules against insurers claiming feds obligated to pay them $8 billion in ACA risk corridor subsidies; Congress repealed the appropriations; insurers weighing options, separate suit proceeding

District of Columbia Obamacare insurers seeking 15% rate hikes

Study blaming Trump for Obamacare price increases turns a blind eye to price spikes from the very beginning; “The Trump administration didn’t sabotage Obamacare. Obamacare sabotaged itself.”

New Jersey becomes second state to impose its own individual mandate; already outlaws low-cost short-term insurance, hitting the lower end of the income scale with a double whammy

State individual mandate falls disproportionately on lower income folks, drives young people away from Vermont,542082

Obamacare bites another cry-baby supporter; blames America instead of Obama and the Democrats. Tweeter: “we warned you”

Obamacare anti-conscience contraception mandate goes down in flames AGAIN – this time at colleges in Iowa and Michigan

Study finds more than half of Obamacare enrollees in California drop coverage during the year and many are gaming the system just to cover big expenses. #ItsNotWorking

Medicaid expansion will blow up in Virginia just like it has everywhere else; state’s new provider tax raises the cost of healthcare on everyone

North Carolina holding firm against Medicaid expansion; state Senate nixes cost study

Trump boom to give temporary reprieve to state Medicaid spending increases, but long term disaster looms

Medicaid expansion supporters don’t put their money where their mouth is, don’t pony up themselves to pay for medical care for the poor. Instead, they make you and I do it.

Deconstructing the Single Payer Narrative (tweets & analysis) –

– legalize true catastrophic insurance
– return Medicaid to a poverty program


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