Whether You Call It a “Choice” or a “Disincentive,” 2.5 Million Fewer Full-Time Employees Is Bad For the Economy
White House Council of Economic Advisers and Nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office Come at Obamacare Report from Opposite Schools of EconomicsFebruary 5, 2014 | Blog Post
President’s “Model for the Nation,” Massachusetts, Now Boasts City with Longest Wait to See a DoctorJanuary 30, 2014 | Blog Post
BEANTOWN DOC DELAY “Proven Model” For Health Care Reform Leaves Patients Lucky Enough to Still Have a Doctor Waiting More Than a Month and a Half for Appointments
Upton: “To fulfill our energy potential, create jobs, and keep prices affordable, we must all work together in constructing the architecture of abundance.”
As President Obama addresses the nation this evening, health care will surely be a featured topic. But what the nation will surely not hear from the president tonight are three big promises that were used to sell the law:
Over the weekend, Senior White House Advisor Dan Pfeiffer previewed President Obama’s State of the Union remarks, stating the president Tuesday will “lay out a set of real, concrete proposals to grow the economy, strengthen the middle class, and empower all who hope to join in it.
With or Without Enrollment Figures as a Measure for Success, Health Law Continues to Fall Short