It DOES reduce costs. If you're treated at a doctors office, hospital, wherever, and you have to return for the same thing, you don't pay for it. Nice try on NOT knowing the facts. Administrative costs are capped as well. Yet MORE savings. Read it before you comment on it. It makes you look very ignorant when we point these things out to your uneducated ass.<quoted text>Have a great job, working in public safety for large municipality. Problem is, it's controlled by a Dim mayor and council. They decided to stick it to the employees instead of taking any of the hit.
The law doesn't reduce costs, it reduces the amount it will reimburse Medicare payments. Doctors and hospitals are already alerting patients to the fact that they may no longer accept Medicare.
I am confident you are the one receiving Medicaid. As well as welfare, SNAP, etc. AND are perfectly capable of working.
Public Safety? Crossing Guard?:-D
Secondly, Philip Morris.... All I need to say about my healthcare plan.
And no, not on any assistance. I do just fine. Try to keep up, you won't be thought of as such a big fool if you do keep up.