Will this help senators decide on Obamacare reform?
‘I consider this a healthcare crisis for rural Nevada’
‘Markedly improve the stability of the individual market’
‘Planning and pricing for ACA-compliant health plans has become increasingly difficult’
‘A sustainable path forward to provide affordable plan choices for consumers’
Increases could be as high as 30 PERCENT
A commission has recommended Congress examine costs of a ‘hack back’ policy.
US determines China behind hack of health care provider
Could be biggest health industry breach ever
Star-spangled ban - Fox News
Students visiting the Lincoln Memorial are told to stop singing the national anthem because it constitutes ‘a demonstration’
No Canada - THE DAILY CALLER
Montreal Canadiens fans boo American national anthem before playoff game against Washington Capitals; The Mike Wise Show responds with spoof of Canadian anthem
Earlier this month, the Slovak parliament approved a ‘patriotic act’ mandating that every school play the national anthem on Mondays and the Slovaks are outraged
The president’s health insurance proposals hoped to use stern command-and-control techniques to run the health insurance system
Democrats accuse health insurer of profiteering - Los Angeles Times
At a congressional hearing, Democrats say WellPoint has showered executives with perks as it seeks rate hikes of as much as 39% for California policyholders
Two weeks ago, Anthem Blue Cross raised its rates in California rather sharply. To my mind, the move gave a fresh boost to Democratic health care reform, certainly not a positive occurrence—even despite Anthem’s market-based, and quite logical, defense. Furthermore, the federal investigation into the rate hikes gave Obama a bit of a public relations boost, as his administration could now point to “evidence” that their reform was necessary. To paraphrase Nina Easton on Monday’s “Special Report,” Obama’s new health care proposal hopes that the American people dislike insurance companies more than they distrust government officials.
Obama's health-care push prompts head-scratching - The Daily Caller
President Obama’s attempt to press ahead with a comprehensive health-care bill on Monday prompted one reaction in Washington more than any other: confusion.