This is the seventh installment in a monthly series reporting on political crowds in the United States. Each month the Crowd Counting Consortium will post updates about trends and patterns from the previous month as recorded by our volunteers. (For our counting methods, please see our first post in the series.) For July, we tallied 744 protests, demonstrations, […]
Don't make things worse. That's the advice of former U.S. health secretaries of both parties to President Donald Trump and the GOP-led Congress, now that "Obamacare" seems here for the … Click to Continue »
A doctor explains how trends in the health care market (still) don't bode well for patient care or patient costs.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Don't make things worse.
WASHINGTON – Don’t make things worse. That’s the advice of former U.S. health secretaries of both parties to President Trump and the GOP-led Congress, now that “Obamacare” seems here for the foreseeable future. The 2018 sign-up season for subsidized private health...
OBAMACARE ARCHITECT JONATHAN GRUBER FIRED AFTER FRAUDULENT-BILLING PROBE: Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan said his office has concluded an investigation into the invoices and billing practices of Dr. Jonathan Gruber, an economic...Show More Summary
Episode 85. This week Don is joined by Tommy Binion, director of congressional and executive branch relations for the Heritage Foundation. The discussion centers around the terrorist attack in Barcelona and the White Supremacist rally in Charlottesville and the subsequent fallout. Please SUBSCRIBE on iTunes. SoundCloud audio is below.
Counselors are starting earlier than usual to encourage enrollment in Obamacare, even as the Trump administration works against them.
Less rowdy than the sputtered push for single-payer healthcare and less fraught than the battle over Obamacare’s future, the concern over the cost of prescription drug prices has been overshadowed for the past year by the marquee healthcare battles gripping Sacramento and Washington. That’s not...
SCOTT POWELL: Repealing ObamaCare Is The Key To Restoring Economic Growth.
The major concern for the 2018 enrollment period in the Affordable Care Act (now that it's clear that a Republican House, Senate, and White House cannot unite to repeal it) has been the problem of the uncertainty Republicans created which led to lots of insurers deciding to pull out of the markets. Show More Summary
Open enrollment for 2018 in Obamacare starts November 1, and thus far the Trump administration has shown not just a lack of interest in making an effort to make it successful, but every intention of doing what they can to make it fail. Show More Summary
The 'good news' is that if you're an Obamacare buyer anywhere in Iowa there is still one provider willing to sell you healthcare insurance, which wasn't the case just a few weeks back when it looked like large areas of the state would have no providers at all. Show More Summary
under pressure, huh?
53 for 50? The post Could a Democratic corruption scandal help repeal ObamaCare? appeared first on Hot Air.
Insurance company Medica is the last insurer from the Affordable Care Act marketplace selling individual insurance plans in the state of Iowa. Read more...
The President will issue an executive order to reverse the Obamacare rules for contraception coverage, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Chances are you haven't thought much lately about the economic tragedy that's unfolding in Puerto Rico. Not with nukes in North Korea and neo-Nazis and Obamacare repeal to dwell on. But today at the New York Times, Mark Weisbrot of the...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that federal health officials are set to finalize a new rule weakening Obamacare’s mandate that employers provide free contraception in insurance plans. The new rule will allow employers with religious or moral objections to ditch birth control coverage in employee insurance plans. Two sources familiar with the imminent rule told […]
"The proposal is 13 percentage points higher than previously was estimated by Medica..." The post Last Obamacare insurer in Iowa wants 57% rate hike next year appeared first on Hot Air.