Many states say 'no' to health insurance exchanges
Half of the states in the nation have rebuffed a key provision of the Obama administration's health reform law: the creation of state-based health insurance exchanges, according to data compiled by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.
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#1 Dec 19, 2012
Republican governor states and there attempt to bring America to its knees for the profits. Forced medicine and the continued rectal licking by the mental health industry is in-store with any Republican agenda on medical care including nursing care and cost in the USA.
#3 Dec 22, 2012
Cost, cost and more cost. Unfunded mandates.
But the insurance companies and health care industry love the ACA and exchanges because the money train of third party reimbursement continue.
#4 Dec 22, 2012
The health insurance companies are making large profits off of many group health plans. They collect the premiums, allow less then half on all medical claims, plus they add a large deductible so they don't have to pay their allowable charges.
Plus the fact that young adults don't usually need medical care until they are much older. This crap that they must raise premiums in light of Obamacare is another ploy to make large profits.
I am sick of greedy insurance companies.
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