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Obamacare Is So Great Congress Is Exempting Themselves From It

Obamacare Is So Great Congress Is Exempting Themselves From It

Obamacare is going to make health insurance hugely more expensive for Americans, and health care harder to get. Unless, that is, you work for Congress. Then you might exempt. Congressional leaders in both parties are engaged in high-level, confidential talks about exempting lawmakers and Capitol Hill aides from the insurance exchanges they are mandated to

Setting The Bar Low For Obamacare: “Let’s just make sure it’s not a third-world experience."

The Obama administration isn’t setting the bar very high for themselves when it comes to the implementation of the “Affordable” Care Act. Amid news that premiums are going to skyrocket under the law, the Obama administration official in charge with overseeing the implementation of the health insurance exchanges just wants to make sure Americans don’t

Dalrymple Backing Medicaid Expansion Is An Act Of Political Cowardice

Writing for the Washington Examiner, Shikha Dalmia tries to explain why Republican governors like North Dakota’s Jack Dalrymple are pushing for an expansion of Medicaid. Governor Dalrymple has referenced the “no cost” federal dollars which would fund the expansion (which forgets that we are all federal taxpayers too), but Dalmia suggests that it’s more than

Obama Administration Renames Obamacare Exchances "Health Insurance Marketplace"

With states, including North Dakota, resisting the implementation of Obamacare health insurance exchanges the Obama administration has decided to engage in a little re-branding. They now want to call the exchanges “health insurance marketplaces.” Health Insurance Marketplace, or just Marketplace, has replaced “exchanges” in how HHS now refers to a key and soon-to-go-into-effect provision of

RINO Of The Week: Governor Jack Dalrymple

During North Dakota’s last legislative session I began a weekly post highlighting a Republican legislator who had further distanced himself/herself from what are supposed to be the conservative, limited government ideals of the party. The postings proved more popular than I expected. I began to get nominations from legislators in Bismarck, and I’m told that

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