Maybe cutting health care for the mentally ill, the elderly, and the disabled is simply the price of freedom, a price someone else will bear so that we may enjoy its benefits. Read more →
You’ll have to work hard to find any significant logic in the interviews Vox’s Sarah Kliff did with residents in Kentucky, who apparently voted for Donald Trump because they didn’t think he and the Republicans would really take away their health insurance coverage.
He was, you may recall, the candidate promising to repeal Obamacare. Read more →
The White House’s video touting the website where people can shop for health insurance is a little like John Belushi’s last attempt to rally his beaten frat brothers in Animal House.
But as a “bit”, it’s got legs. Read more →
The survey, from the Kaiser Family Foundation, finds found that only 39 percent of uninsured people 18-64 know that Monday is the deadline to sign up for individual health insurance this year or risk a penalty. Read more →
What’s in a name? Everything when it comes to polling about the health care law, officially known as the Affordable Care Act.
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