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The [un]Affordable Care Act

The White House is reporting that over seven million Americans have signed up for the Affordable Care Act as of last Monday’s deadline, after which those who didn’t sign up would be subject to a fine. 582 more words

Senator McDaniel: Thad Cochran Should Join Obamacare Lawsuit Brief

Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Chris McDaniel called on Sen. Thad Cochran to join twelve Republican Senators and 26 Representatives in the U.S. House in their amicus brief filed in support of Sen. 245 more words

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Elect federal judges? Oh, please

Many of those on the right are quite fond of criticizing “unelected federal judges” who issue rulings that go against their world view.

What, then, is their alternative? 339 more words

Members of Congress Urge Court: Rule on Obama's 'Stunning Disregard for Law'

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/members-congress-urge-court-rule-obamas-stunning-disregard-law

April 23, 2014 – 7:44 AM

By Susan Jones

Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) in C-SPAN image.

(CNSNews.com) – Dozens of members of Congress are asking a court to rule on the Obama administration’s attempt to “rewrite the Affordable Care Act on a wholesale basis.” 611 more words

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Week of 4/7/14

Concerns surface regarding the recent attainment of the goal of 7 million people signing up for Obamacare. The spanish cable television networks are criticized for widely promoting Obamacare. 41 more words

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Thad Cochran Supported Federal Control of Health Care in 1973

Senator Cochran wants us to believe he is against Obamacare, even though he voted to fund it twice, and that he seeks to repeal it, even though his so-called repeal bill would only apply IF a certain number of Americans lost their health insurance.   415 more words

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JAMA Forum: What Do We Now Know About the Affordable Care Act?

Now that the 2014 enrollment period has (finally) ended for signing up for a plan in the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) health insurance exchanges, many of us policy analysts and political observers are trying to figure out what we know about the ACA’s early effects and what else we need to know to begin a reasonable assessment of the law. 1,081 more words

The JAMA Forum