Get a raise, return some subsidy – Editorial: Another twist in Obamacare – Editorials – Sun Journal.
Baucus warns of ‘huge train wreck’ enacting ObamaCare provisions – The Hill’s Healthwatch. Note Baucus is a Democrat from Montana and a key architect of Obamacare.
Enrollment in the healthcare law’s insurance exchanges is slated to begin in October, for coverage that begins in January. Baucus, though, said he’s worried exchanges won’t be ready in time.
“For the marketplaces to work, people need to know about them,” Baucus said. “People need to know their options and how to enroll.”
Inquiring minds want to know: Continue reading Baucus warns of ‘huge train wreck’ enacting ObamaCare provisions
I suspect this more than a Kansas issue: Report: Many Kansans without health insurance are above federal poverty level | Wichita Eagle.
But these taxes, commonly described as targeting the rich, will soon hit middle-income families.
Be careful out there.
Obamacare and the Exchange Could Make Health Care Unaffordable for Some Vermonters | Seven Days. Apparently even with subsidies.
Note most states are closing their high risk pools when Obamacare starts. I’m not sure about plans that cover low income citizens or children. I suspect with Medicaid expansion most of those plans will cease to exist as well.
With 30 million new people expected to enter the health-care system in 2014 under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, experts say a looming doctor shortage isn’t a chance—it’s a fact.
How do doctors view health care reform? Continue reading Obamacare Reality: Doctor Shortage on the Way
From a Union no less: Roofers union calls for Obamacare’s repeal
The United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers is reportedly the first union to officially call for repeal of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. The health care law is prompting some serious buyer’s remorse in Big Labor, which worked hard on behalf of the administration to pass it: