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Another Federal Healthcare Scheme That Fails Tennessee’s Most Vulnerable

Lindsay Boyd
Director of Policy, Beacon Center of Tennessee
FILE - In this Feb. 20, 2008, file photo, a shopper walks toward the pharmacy at a Little Rock, Ark., Wal-Mart store. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, File)

If national polls are right and just a third of the people signing up for a plan under Obamacare were actually uninsured last year, the reform has made only a tiny dent in Tennessee's 866,700 uninsured population. How could a program carrying a $1.8 trillion price tag fail this miserably to deliver on its promise to dramatically expand coverage in its first year?

Californian minorities, low-income seniors fear Obamacare’s latest pinch

4:54 PM 02/26/2013

Americans are beginning to see the implications of the 2014 roll-out of Obamacare rear their ugly heads, brewing controversy likely to make the transition to the new healthcare reform a rocky one --- this time, in one of the biggest, Obama-blue states in the country: California.