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Obamacare Hit Goal by Including 400,000 Unpublicized Dental Subscribers

Wednesday, 19 November 2014 05:00
The Obama administration included as many as 400,000 dental plans in a number it reported for enrollments under the Affordable Care Act, an unpublicized detail that helped surpass a goal for 7 million sign-ups. Without the dental plans, the federal government would have had 6.97 million people with medical insurance under the law known as Obamacare, investigators for the House Oversight and Government Reform committee calculated, using data they obtained from the U.S.
Affordable Care Act open enrollment now underway
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 02:16
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Conservatives Descend on Louisiana for Cassidy...No Unity Rallies for Mary Landrieu
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 23:00 Written by
This weekend, I’ll be down in the Bayou State reporting on the last leg of the Senate race between Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) and her GOP opponent Bill Cassidy. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) will be the latest conservative leader to lend his voice to Cassidy and his attempt to unseat the incumbent Democrat. Rubio joins a list of prominent conservatives who have endorsed or stumped for Cassidy, including former Gov.
Survey: Keystone or not, Landrieu can't overcome being a Democrat
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 22:00 Written by
A conservative political analyst says voters in Louisiana apparently weren't impressed with their Democratic senator's effort to get Senate approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline project. Senator Mary Landrieu, the Democratic incumbent facing a runoff on December 6, sought approval of the Keystone XL bill before the lame-duck Congress adjourns. But on Tuesday night, her efforts to bring the legislation to the Senate floor for a vote fell one vote shy of the 60 needed…
Political care Affordable Care Act’s popularity slips following mid-term election.
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 20:15
Advertisement The Affordable Care Act’s second enrollment period comes in the wake of a Republican pounding of Democrats in the midterm election. According to a Nov. 6-9 Gallup poll, the approval rating of the health care law—aka Obamacare—stands at an all-time low; 37 percent of respondents gave it a thumbs up while 56 percent of those polled gave it the thumbs down.
Cassidy up 11 over Landrieu in new poll
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 18:23 Written by
posted at 9:21 am on November 20, 2014 by Ed Morrissey Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES The first thought that comes to mind may be: Is it that close? The runoff in Louisiana’s Senate race hasn’t attracted the larger national pollsters, perhaps because of the trouncing that incumbent Mary Landrieu is widely presumed to have coming.
New Ad Slams Sen. Landrieu for Spending Tax Money on Private Jet Flights
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 17:44 Written by
Print articleSend a Tip by Warner Todd Huston20 Nov 2014, 5:31 AM PDTpost a comment Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu is locked in a runoff election that may end her political career, and revelations that she improperly used taxpayer dollars to fund 43 private jet flights to 136 political fundraisers and campaign functions won't help her re-election bid.
Gruber's contract with Vermont ends after missteps on ObamaCare pile up
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 17:31
WASHINGTON – Following an embarrassing string of missteps, Vermont has stopped paying controversial economist Jonathan Gruber for his work on the Affordable Care Act. A spokesman for Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin said Wednesday that the state would no longer pay the ObamaCare architect. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT “As the Governor and I have said, the comments by Mr.
U.S. states get more, spend more on Medicaid under Obamacare: report
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 17:16
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - One part of the Affordable Care Act is going according to plan, with U.S. states receiving and spending more money on the Medicaid health insurance program, a report released by the National Association of State Budget Officers on Thursday showed. States run Medicaid, which serves families who have low incomes, and receive partial reimbursements from the federal government.
Prices for plans under the Affordable Care Act increase this year
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 12:52
(KYTX) -- Open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act kicked off last weekend, and since then, more than 100,000 people across the country have applied. Lena Lollar is shopping for health insurance for the first time in three years, and on her tight budget, she knows exactly what she wants. "Cheaper, a cheaper rate basically. Something I can afford," she said.
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