The second open enrollment period for the president’s health care law begins in just four months, but the unresolved back end issues have left some who purchased plans in the first enrollment period still without coverage. The Energy and Commerce Committee learned in November 2013 that 30 to 40 percent of the system still needed to be constructed.
Health Subcommittee Vice Chairman Reviews Administration Report on Millions of Obamacare “Inconsistencies”
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Upton: “The Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health, under the leadership of Rep. Joe Pitts, has been a workhorse that boasts an outstanding record of bipartisan accomplishment on legislation that truly touches people’s lives.”
In a column in Investor’s Business Daily, Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) today outlines many of the domestic and geopolitical benefits of exporting U.S. natural gas.
#BROKENPROMISES ALERT OBAMA PROMISE: “We’ll lower premiums by up to $2,500 for a typical family per year.” REALITY: “Women age 55 to 64 will pay from $2,185 to $2,738 more… than they did pre-ACA.”