I have not seen any healthcare insurance whose rates have not skyrocketed as a result of Obicare! There are some who are shutting off people who have current policies, though, such as Kaiser in CA and FL. There’s another company in FL shutting off their current policy holders, but I don’t remember the name…Blue something (Not Blue Cross/Blue Shield).
“No change is required unless insurance companies change existing plans.”
Give me a break, can I have a cup of the delusion she’s drinking??
I would be willing to bet that EVERY insurance company is changing existing plans – at the very least how much they cost.
That and their co-pays are all going for the sky!
As has been noted elsewhere, just wait until the Employer Mandate kicks in next year…
You want us to explain how forcing Japanese tourists to go in their pants will help even one sick child? OK, we’ll explain: 1-800-F**K-YOU. That’s how.
According to this, from the Fed. Gov’t., the IRS cannot attach your bank account, or your home, or your first born child if you owe them a penalty for having no healthcare. The most they can do is take it out of any income tax refund you may have coming!
Note…the link is a PDF file.
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The University of Texas at Austin’s spring 2014 course offerings include a graduate course on navigating Obamacare exchange enrollment. The university’s LBJ School of Public Affairs will give aspiring PhD students academic credit for examining the Obamacare enrollment process.
The class, entitled “Enrolling in Health Insurance Through the Affordable Care Act: An Austin Case Study,” will take a look at the Texas experience through the federally run exchange at HealthCare.gov.