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Aetna: 30% of Obamacare signups have dropped since May

Thirty percent of Obamacare signups have dropped since May.

Maybe because Obamacare is too expensive, has freakishly high deductibles, and the job market is a disaster. 257 more words

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Forbes: Obamacare Has Increased Non-Group Premiums In Nearly All States

Via Forbes Magazine:

Now There Can Be No Doubt: Obamacare Has Increased Non-Group Premiums In Nearly All States

Remember this categorical assurance from President Obama? 759 more words

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California Orders Churches To Fund Abortions—Or Else

This is real police state stuff. The Democrats’ war on the First Amendment continues. The Supreme Court has spoken on this question with the Hobby Lobby ruling, but Democrats will spend the taxpayers money if only to cost the good guys legal fees. 301 more words

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Professors Johnson and Millon author comment on Affordable Care Act provision

Washington and Lee law professors Lyman P.Q. Johnson and David Millon, along with distinguished colleagues, have authored and submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Department of Health and Human Services. 233 more words

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Obamacare: 222,000 Insurance Policies in Colorado to be Cancelled by 2015

Via The Daily Caller:

Over 22,000 Coloradoans have had their health insurance canceled by Obamacare in the past month — and 200,000 are slated to be shut down in 2015, the state insurance department announced Friday. 142 more words


Will not having Ebola get you quarantined?

By Mok Tsun Yin

  1. Background

In March 2014, an outbreak of the Ebola virus was first discovered in Guinea. In June, the virus had spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone. 760 more words

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NYT: $6,000 Obamacare deductibles makes seeing a doctor unaffordable

The we told you so’s just keep coming. Obama won a second term so now the NYT prints what we told you years ago. If it weren’t for term limits we doubt this article would have been in the New York Times. 500 more words

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