Consider this a repository for unfiltered source materials (not counting the headings) on the Affordable Care Act. i do not necessarily subscribe to everything in these articles, and sources, but wanted a place to gather people’s stories and reports on the Affordable Care Act. Also, if you have stumbled across this post and you have a story to tell. Feel free to share how the Affordable Care Act has affected you. I have some strong opinions on the matter, but I’d just assume let the stories and the stats speak for themselves.
*Admin Knew that Millions would lose their current plans.
*Website woes are tip of the iceberg
*Consumer Reports tips on how to Sign Up online
*President Acknowledges website not working, suggests phone and mail signups.
*52 Objections to Obamacare
*Elderly Patients losing specialty doctors, changing plans, or losing coverage.
*Obamacare subject to extensive fraud from false websites and popups.
*White House promises that households will save, on average, $2,600 a year in healthcare costs.
*”Only Upper Income will be taxed”–but that’s false and it wouldn’t be enough to pay for ACA anyway
*Summary of Problems with the Obamacare website: Healthcare.gov
*Most states opt out of Obamacare’s federal “state marketplace”
*Average healthcare costs for Families have already risen 29% and for Individuals 25%
*CareFirst Reports: 76,000 losing coverage to accomodate ACA
* Caterpillar, Delta, UPS, Sea World among 100 companies losing coverage or radically restructuring because of multi-million dollar tax hikes because of ACA; uninsured rising by hundreds of thousands.
*Dems Beginning to Support Mandate Delay
* Insurance Cancellations Sore Above ACA Enrollment
*About 1/2 million ACA applications started; Not necessarily completed
*Doctor Shortage Coming? Obamacare expected to increase patient demand of medical services
For some balance/contrast, see: