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Quagmire or Quicksand? You Decide

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer most Mondays – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Saturdays Maine Guv: Medicaid expansion would be a disaster; budget shortfalls for everything else, just like the last time https://www.mdislander.com/opinions/socialist-agenda Wyoming lawmakers shocked at … Continue reading

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We Drank the Obamacare Kool-Aid

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer most Mondays – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Saturdays States that drank the Medicaid expansion Kool-Aid scrambling to stave off financial disaster https://www.usnews.com/opinion/policy-dose/articles/2017-10-11/obamacares-medicaid-expansion-is-sucking-states-dry Vote ‘no’ on Medicaid expansion in Maine; previous expansion … Continue reading

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Where’s My $2,500?

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer most Mondays – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Saturdays Agreed, Medicaid expansion IS a moral issue. How can u make people dependent on a program, knowing u can’t pay for it?  That’s … Continue reading

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ACA a Losing Proposition All Around

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer most Mondays – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Saturdays Radio talk show host with special needs child pays $50,000/yr before Obamacare insurance kicks in http://kpel965.com/cassidy-cites-moon-griffon-in-obamacare-repeal-announcement/ BCBS leaving Illinois ACA small business exchange … Continue reading

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Democratic Governor Admits Anger About Obamacare is Justified

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer most Mondays – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Saturdays Parents of disabled adult child: Medicaid expansion diluted funds for severely disabled https://www.wsj.com/articles/aca-diluted-funds-for-the-severely-disabled-1502831064 NH Medicaid expansion population costs more per capita than expected.  … Continue reading

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Medicaid Morass

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer most Mondays – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Weekends Why focus on Medicaid expansion? Because, last time we ran the numbers, 85 percent of people receiving Obamacare subsidies were Medicaid expansion enrollees, … Continue reading

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Kasich’s Kalamity

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer Monday most Mondays 10 a.m. ET – #FreeMarketFriday most Fridays 10 a.m. ET – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Weekends Sign Petition – “Remove health-care subsidies for Members of Congress and their … Continue reading

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Still Dysfunctional After All These Years

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer Monday most Mondays 10 a.m. ET – #FreeMarketFriday most Fridays 10 a.m. ET – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Weekends Much of the United States could see zero or few Obamacare insurers … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day: Rate Hikes and Dead Zones

Join us on Twitter: – #SinglePayer Monday most Mondays 10 a.m. ET – #FreeMarketFriday most Fridays 10 a.m. ET – All the Bad News About Obamacare most Saturdays Anthem leaves Ohio ACA exchange – 20 more Obamacare ‘dead zones’ created. … Continue reading

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Bad News: No Train Wreck Left Behind

BCBS exits Nebraska exchange, leaving one insurer. http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/blue-cross-blue-shield-drops-out-of-obamacare-exchange-in-nebraska/article/2624788 “Trump Drafts Rule to Overturn Obama Mandate Forcing Little Sisters of the Poor to Fund Abortions” http://www.lifenews.com/2017/05/30/trump-drafts-rule-to-overturn-obama-mandate-forcing-little-sisters-of-the-poor-to-fund-abortions/ “Small Businesses Look for Relief from Obamacare Employer Mandate, Restaurateur Says” https://smallbiztrends.com/2017/06/obamacare-employer-mandate-small-business.html Thanks to ACA, … Continue reading

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