Careful there, Ryan, that provision of the Affordable Care Act is very popular, except with insurers.
Be afraid everyone! Be very afraid!
Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor, Jan. 18, 2016. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2016/01/bill-oreilly-fearmongers-sanders-would
Yeah, this is pretty much what I thought, but it's still depressing to actually hear it from Wendell Potter. The insurance companies are just salivating at the thought of getting their hands on all those additional premium dollars - they just
Wendell Potter states the obvious in his new book, "Deadly Spin" -- namely, that insurance companies really, really want the individual mandate. They just want those pesky consumer protections gone: It is ironic, of course, that the
They didn't use those words, but that's what they're saying, nevertheless. There are two principles at stake here: First, that discrimination agai
Insurance Companies, What Part Of "No Pre-existing Conditions Exclusions For Kids" Don't You Understand?
Health care reform has moved from being a bill to being a law. Part of the law is this: Insurers may no longer exclude children under age 18 for a pre
(Yes, even in the future - getting sick and paying for it will be painful) (Another in a series of all-day reposts from the archives of Newstalgia
Clearly, passing this health-care bill is just the beginning, because it doesn't really contain strong regulatory powers. It was pulled under reconcil
Co-author Rep. Tom Perreillo (D-VA) to Insurance Companies: "Be afraid, be very afraid..." A positive step in the right direction: By a vote of
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