9:56 AM, Nov 2, 2014 • By DANIEL HALPER
WRTV reports that around 30,000 are going to lose their health care plans due to Obamacare in Indiana:
"Thousands of Hoosiers are learning they will need to get new health insurance," says the local Indiana reporter. "This impacts 30,000 Anthem customers in the state. Their policies don't meet the guidelines of the Affordable Care Act, so Anthem can't sell them. We're told customers will have to pick a new plan between November 15th and December 31st, if they want coverage in the new year. All new policies sold must include ten essential benefits, like maternity coverage and pediatric dental care."
The report goes on to night that it "not an option" to appeal this decision because plans must be "compliant with the Affordable Care Act."
8:01 AM, Jan 22, 2014 • By DANIEL HALPER
A local reporter finds a California woman who, since enrolling Obamacare, can't find a doctor:
"Beth Kramer says she's running out of options. And out of time," says the local reporter.
10:02 AM, Dec 10, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
Steve Hayes, with A.B. Stoddard and Charles Krauthammer, last night on Fox News:
10:01 AM, Dec 8, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
If you want to keep your doctor, you might have to pay more for it, Obamacare architect Zeke Emanuel said today on Fox News Sunday:
9:01 AM, Oct 8, 2013 • By JERYL BIER
"If you've got a doctor that you like, you will be able to keep your doctor," President Obama assured the public as he worked to sell Obamacare in 2010.
Flashback: "If you've got a doctor that you like, you will be able to keep your doctor," Obama said.9:12 AM, Jul 19, 2013 • By JERYL BIER
As Obamacare was being pushed through Congress in 2010, the Obama administration and its allies were unequivocal in two claims: If you like your doctor and you like your current health care plan, you can keep them both.
3:29 PM, Dec 3, 2012 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
President Obama is enjoying a bit of a post-election honeymoon, but the same cannot be said for his signature legislation.
6:05 PM, Oct 31, 2012 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
In today’s Wall Street Journal, David Gamage — who teaches at Cal-Berkeley, worked for two years in the Obama administration, and regards himself as “an Obamacare supporter” — discusses “the perverse incentives” that Obamacare would provide to employees, employers, and romantic couples, alike.
10:01 AM, Oct 9, 2012 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
During last Wednesday’s presidential debate, President Obama claimed that the private sector just can’t match the leanness and efficiency of the federal government. He was speaking specifically about privately covered health care versus government-run health care.
1:02 PM, Mar 23, 2012 • By ELLIOTT ABRAMS
Today’s nomination of Dartmouth president Jim Yong Kim to be president of the World Bank was a narrow escape. There was a chance that President Obama might select a really qualified person: Lawrence Summers, who was often viewed as the lead candidate. But he was obviously unfit: He is a former secretary of the Treasury Department and an award-winning economist. Thus he was of course disqualified.
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