When Obamacare (PPACA) was passed in 2010, many congressional staffers were probably aghast that their bosses were dragging them along into the ACA Exchange abyss where only desperate Americans must Continue Reading….
Many people do not know that Obamacare (PPACA) put members of Congress on the ACA Exchange and kicked them off the Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEHB) program. The law (section 1312) Continue Reading….
Almost every American gets a government subsidy to help pay for health care! The two groups that subsidize Americans’ health care costs are private employers (by paying for part of Continue Reading….
The data in the taxpayer health subsidies table below was obtained from various sources on the internet. The sources are listed at the end of this post. The taxpayer health Continue Reading….
In 2013 there were 41 million uninsured Americans and today, thanks to Obamacare (PPACA) that number has been reduced to 27 million. These uninsured do not have access to employer-sponsored Continue Reading….
In the three years that the Health Insurance Marketplace (also called the Exchange) has been in existence, health insurance companies have been leaving counties across the United States. Republicans want Continue Reading….
The Individual Mandate, officially called the Individual Shared Responsibility Payment, is the penalty imposed on Americans who don’t obtain Minimum Essential Coverage per Obamacare (PPACA) in any given year. Health Continue Reading….
Has Obamacare failed? In one respect it has. It is not widely accepted by the American public as a beneficial program and therefore can be manipulated for political means. In Continue Reading….
As the Republicans-controlled Congress races to repeal Obamacare (PPACA) piece-by-piece, Americans need to know some important information about Obamacare funding. Obamacare (PPACA) was designed to be budget neutral and therefore NOT add Continue Reading….
The Obamacare repeal process seems very complicated. I’m hearing talk about a full repeal, “repeal and delay”, and something called “budget resolution”. While each of these represent different paths in Continue Reading….