At Current Pace, Delaware Can Expect Six Enrollees By Christmas October 16, 2013 Delaware health exchange gets first enrollee
The administration made a number of promises as it forced its health care law through Congress and onto the American people: your premiums will go down; if you like your current plan, you can keep it; and has since proclaimed everything was “working the way it is supposed to.” Yet, time and again, these promises h
OPINION: Byron York in the Washington Examiner: Obamacare meltdown triggers congressional investigationsOctober 15, 2013 | ICYMI
As part of the Energy and Commerce Committee’s ongoing investigation of the health law’s IT systems, committee leaders last week wrote to Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and the lead IT contractors seeking information and answers regarding the “glitches” and delays that have defined the start of open enrollment.
In the pursuit of North American energy independence, House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders recently unveiled draft legislation to reform the approval process for constructing or modifying job-creating energy infrastructure projects that cross U.S. borders.
Illinois Insurance Department Warns Residents to Beware of Navigator Scams, Door-to-Door Activity Department of Insurance spokesperson: “We have been made aware that scams are possible… If someone is at your door, err on the side of caution.”
NEWS: The Times-Picayune: Obamacare website glitches leave Blue Cross of Louisiana without new enrollees after first dayOctober 3, 2013 | ICYMI
Health Law Working the Way It’s Supposed to in Louisiana? Glitches and Delays to Blame as Bayou State’s Largest Insurer Does Not Enroll a Single Person on Launch Day