As we fast approach the health care law’s October 1, 2013, implementation, thousands of unsuspecting residents in New Jersey and Colorado have become the latest health care consumers to face the law’s costly consequences.
OBAMACARE BROKEN PROMISE ALERT: Tens of Thousands in New Jersey and Colorado to Suffer Consequences of Health Law’s #BrokenPromisesAugust 20, 2013 | Blog Post
The administration’s war on coal and America’s abundant, reliable energy continues to gain momentum as the nation’s power sector faces an increasingly hostile regulatory environment.
Many questions remain with just 52 days until the health care law’s open enrollment begins. President Obama’s press conference this afternoon presents an opportunity to address some of outstanding questions: QUESTION: As a matter of fairness, will the administration give the public relief after having unilaterally revised the law for corporate interests and Congress?
During the president’s recent barnstorm across the country in the administration’s attempt to pivot back to jobs and the economy, the president adopted a curious theme at his various rallies –discount and dismiss a jobs project that boasts broad support from Republicans, Democrats, unions, and job creators.
Members Engage Public in Fight to Protect Americans from Health Law's Uncertainty, Unfairness, and Looming Rate ShockAugust 1, 2013 | Blog Post
WASHINGTON, DC – House Energy and Commerce Committee members took to Twitter today to communicate directly with the public on how the health law’s burdensome and costly mandates are impacting families and businesses.
Not only is the president’s “Affordable” Care Act responsible for premium increases of as much as 198 percent in Georgia, it is so unworkable that the state has requested “an emergency delay of the filing deadline for Obamacare rates” from the Department of Health and Human Services because the health care law’s impact on Georgia is so significant.