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HealthCareDebate Like herpes, the Patient Protection and (Un)Affordable Care Act, known derisively as “Obamacare,” is the gift that keeps on giving, this time threatening to bring additional injury to Louisiana taxpayers over salary payments to teachers.

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So, am I insured the day Obamacare dies?
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 14:15

obamacare-dead One of the major questions, apparently never asked and certainly not answered in the Louisiana US Senate race and in other races during this mid-term election is this—what would happen to healthcare in this country should Obamacare be repealed? 

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obama-whistlePlenty of questions and theoretical remedies, false hopes, but no  real  solutions.

The United States Senate and the US elections are now two weeks away.   I hear promises, attacks, and commercials by groups who have no real interest in Louisiana at all and who provide no real answers.  Their goal are to win at all costs.  They throw out red meat knowing there are plenty of angry and hungry dogs ready for the next scrap.

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landrieu-cassidy-manessThe Louisiana US Senate race starts in earnest tonight as Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy, Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu and Tea Party candidate Rob Maness face the voters.

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 Health reformLouisiana US Senate race is only one month away.  On Monday, Bayoubuzz published the first of a multi-part interview with Tea Party candidate Rob Maness, who is running against Democrat Mary Landrieu and fellow Republican Bill Cassidy. 

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maness-interview1Tea Party candidate Colonel Rob Maness is a newcomer on the political scene. He consistently polls third holding down anywhere from high-single digits to mid-double digits in various recent surveys in the hotly-contested Louisiana US Senate race against Mary Landrieu and Bill Cassidy.  However, in a recent CNN poll, in a two person contest against Mary Landrieu, Maness captured a whopping 38 percent against Landrieu's 38 percent strongly indicating if he were able to top Cassidy, he could become the state's new US Senator.

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capitol-red-blueIf anyone—ANYONE—in charge at the Division of Administration (DOA) or the Office of Group Benefits (OGB) knows what they’re doing, please contact us immediately because we have given up all hope that the Jindal administration in its entirety has the first clue.

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healthcare2With little fanfare, earlier this month Louisiana released its plan to have health care insurance provided to all citizens. With even less fanfare, the state’s media ignored it because it did not fit their preferred narrative of bigger, more redistributive government.

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capitolTomorrow (Aug. 15) is the last day for 24 employees  of the Office of Group Benefits (OGB) but the bad news doesn’t end there, LouisianaVoice has learned.

Commissioner of Administration Kristy Nichols’ glowing guest column about the condition of OGB in Jeremy Alford’s Louisiana Politics notwithstanding, some 230,000 state employees, retirees and their dependents are in for some serious sticker shock.

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Kennedy-interview2OP-ED by Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy

The state of Louisiana has "Obamacared" its own employees' health insurance plan.  Here's how.

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