CBO: 24M reasons to revisit Obamacare Repeal

“Almost 28M people already do not have insurance under the Affordable Care Act. This new law would increase that by an additional 24M people to equal 52M uninsured by 2026 based on CBO estimates.”

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RINOCARE: Why the Republican Bill is “Repeal In Name Only”

The current legislation is a far cry from “full repeal” of the Affordable Care Act. In fact, the Republican’s full strategy to implement a replacement actually uses much of the language passed by the Obama administration.

Open Enrollment: Answers to your Top 5 Questions

Happy Open Enrollment Day! November 1st marks the start of the forth open enrollment period for President Obama’s Health Insurance Marketplaces. That means from today until January 31st, an estimated 10 million Americans who had coverage in 2016 will be able to renew their health plans online and an additionally 3.5 million Americans that still…

Preview: Tonight’s VP Healthcare Debate

Healthcare was barely mentioned during the ninety minute Presidential debate between Secretary Hillary Clinton and Real Estate mogul, Donald Trump back on September 26th. Both campaigns have a chance to redeem themselves with tonight’s first and only Vice Presidential debate that will be held tonight at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. Mike Pence is the…

Health Exchanges – Part I

Changing Your Vantage Point Health benefit exchanges are set to be fully operational by 2014. As part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), these exchanges seek to be a marketplace for consumers to purchase affordable coverage. Subsidies to reduce both the cost of insurance and the out of pocket expenses from copayments…