When Jeb Bush completed two terms as governor of Florida in 2007, he reported his net worth was $1.3 million, about $700,000 less than when he took office.
Obamacare enrollment data from the Department of Health and Human Services through the first four weeks points to a pleasant surprise, but it's probably not time to break out the champagne just yet.
Too much power being grabbed by Washington — Obamacare, environmental regulations, education standards. That’s a constant complaint of conservatives not only during Barack Obama’s presidency but during George W. Bush’s
King v. Burwell challenge on subsidies coming before the High Court in March.
California's health exchange is violating the law by canceling private coverage for up to 95,000 people because they might qualify for Medi-Cal, the state's insurance commissioner says.
While the 6.4 million federal ObamaCare enrollees clocked as of last week mark a significant increase from last December, about 70 percent of those customers are re-enrolling though the federal exchange — and more than 60 percent of those 4.5 million people were auto-enrolled in plans they had purchased last year. Show More Summary
Just a little over a year after the disaster that was Healthcare.gov 1.0, the public understands and hugely supports the health insurance exchanges that have brought coverage to millions. That's was this month's Kaiser Foundation poll...Show More Summary
He bought a bronze plan
Healthcare.gov's recent open enrollment period boasts big numbers.
One of the looming Obamacare horror stories, critics maintained, was that it would bring an end to employers providing health insurance. While some companies, notably Walmart, took advantage of the new law to dump their employee's benefits,...Show More Summary
The Subtle Slavery of Obamacare: The Cattle Chute of Coerced Cooperation in the Collective Corruption By Cognitive Dissonance You will always find original articles by Cognitive Dissonance and other authors first on www.TwoIceFloes.com before they are posted here on ZH. Show More Summary
Enrollment in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act is increasing rapidly, with more than 2 million people so far signing up for coverage for the first time, figures released Tuesday show.
New York’s Obamacare exchange has signed up 225,244 people for health insurance coverage since Nov. 15.
Republicans have been dissatisfied with the CBO for quite a while, both because it keeps reporting a rosy Obamacare picture, and because when it makes its projections on the costs and benefits of legislation, it refuses to bolster their...Show More Summary
There's a looming Supreme Court case that could essentially gut the foundation of the Affordable Care Act next summer, striking out the subsidies that help most Obamacare enrollees afford health insurance. You might think that the Obama administration would want to prepare for this worst-case scenario, but its top health official insists things are business […]
About 6.4 million Americans have enrolled for individual insurance plans for 2015 through HealthCare.gov, U.S.
ObamaCare enrollments through the federally run insurance exchange rose to about 6.4 million as of last week, the Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday. Of that total, about 70 percent were customers renewing policies they bought last year. Show More Summary
``In short, two-thirds of the "boost" to final Q3 personal consumption came from, drumroll, the same Obamacare which initially was supposed to boost Q1 GDP until the "polar vortex" crashed the number so badly, the BEA decided to pull it completely and leave this "growth dry powder" for another quarter. That quarter was Q3. ''
Back in June, when we were looking at the final Q1 GDP print, we discovered something very surprising: after the BEA had first reported that absent for Obamacare, Q1 GDP would have been negative in its first Q1 GDP report, subsequent GDP prints imploded as a result of what is now believed to be the polar vortex. Show More Summary
The opening brief has been filed at the U.S. Supreme Court in the Obamacare tax subsidies case King v. Burwell. The Supreme Court has scheduled oral argument in the case for March 4, 2015. North Korea has regained Internet service after...Show More Summary