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  • Obamacare Supporter Claims Law Helps Colleges When It Really Hurts

    One of Obamacare’s most vocal supporters claimed the health care law is helping colleges and universities offer coverage to their employees. Except it’s really not. Representative George Miller (D-CA) said Thursday, “The ACA is another opportunity for education institutions—as employers—to partner with states and the federal government to ensure that … More

    After His Health Plan Was Canceled, The Cheapest Option Under Obamacare Was Anything but Cheap

    Despite assurances from his insurance broker, and even the President, that it wouldn’t happen, John Hawkins recently learned his health plan has become another casualty of Obamacare. Hawkins is one of more than 3.5 million Americans (and increasing) who have had their individual health plans canceled because those plans don’t … More

    States Struggle to Draw Interest in Obamacare Health Plans

    Obamacare’s rollout has become a punch line for late-night comedians, Saturday Night Live, and the Country Music Awards, which all noted that only six people enrolled in the federal health exchange’s website on its first day. But the federal exchange isn’t the only part of the health law that’s suffering. … More

    Canceled: Loyal Obama Supporters Lose Their Health Insurance Plan

    Every day, it’s becoming clear that no one in the individual insurance market (who bought a plan after Obamacare passed) is safe from the dreaded cancellation notices. Such was the case recently for “cradle Democrats” and self-described Obama supporters Lee Hammack and his wife, JoEllen Brothers. According to ProPublica, the … More

    The Four Other Obamacare Disasters the Media Ignored

    In today’s Politico, reporters admit the mainstream media turned a blind eye and deaf ear to conservatives’ warnings about Obamacare—that not all Americans could keep their plans. But with 1.5 million Americans (and counting) receiving cancellation notices because their individual health plans don’t comply with Obamacare, the media are doing … More

    More Obamacare Heartache: Tally Rises for Americans Losing Their Health Insurance

    The hype and dream are fizzling out with the Administration’s big promise on Obamacare—that every American who liked his or her health plan could keep it. According to a new tally, nearly 1.5 million customers in the individual insurance market have lost their current health plans. They’re losing coverage that … More

    Anticipated Obamacare Costs Contribute to Closure of Ice Cream Plant

    While many federal government employees head back to work today, not all employees for the Elkhart, Indiana-based ice cream company, Bonnie Doon Ice Cream, will have the same opportunity. The company said this week it will close its plant and Mishawaka location because of the declining economy, higher production costs, … More

    Public Warns Congress: Force an Internet Sales Tax at Your Own Risk

    While movement on a bill to extend the reach of state sales tax laws to out-of-state retailers has been quiet lately, that doesn’t mean the American public is more accepting of the idea. A new poll released by the National Taxpayers Union and R Street Institute showed that 57 percent … More

    Should We Delay or Defund Obamacare?

    Conservatives are united in one idea: Obamacare is devastating policy for America. To halt its destructive effects, some are saying Congress should merely delay the law. But to truly stop it, Obamacare must be defunded. Some conservatives are arguing for postponing the individual mandate and employer mandate for one year. … More

    Pediatrician Fears Obamacare Will Diminish Care

    When pediatrician Dr. Rosemary Fernandez Stein and her husband set out to start up a pediatric group in 1999, their goal was to provide outstanding medical service to underserved populations in Burlington, N.C.—primarily Hispanic patients who often had limited access to care. Back then, some of the biggest concerns were … More