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ACA Fail Fractal
ACA Fail Fractal
Budget Deal Reached, ACA Hardest Hit

No party really wants to sustain the system that President Obama thought would be his defining legacy achievement.

ACA Fail Fractal
Is Winter Coming for the ACA?

The ACA chose to address coverage rather than underlying cost, and that move is slowly but surely coming back to haunt it.

ACA Fail Fractal
ACA Coverage, with a Side of Sky High Deductibles

The NYT has slowly begun to figure out that ACA doesn’t make health care affordable.

ACA Fail Fractal
ACA Co-Ops Dropping Like Flies

Democrats blame Republicans for cutting federal funding for co-ops, but the real problem is that health care costs keep rising.

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ACA Co-Op Watch: Another One Bites the Dust

The most recent ACA co-op to fail is the latest sign pointing to an increasingly undeniable reality: Obamacare isn’t the answer to America’s health care problem.

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Doc Shock in CA: 75 Percent of ACA Plans Are Narrow

If ACA premium spikes occur in some of those states that have narrowed their networks, the ACA will be a bill that has seen both narrowed networks and raised costs.

ACA Fail Fractal
Obamacare Co-Ops Looking Like Solyndra?

As Obamacare co-ops lose money, billions in federal loans could go up in smoke.

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Another ACA Argument Bites the Dust

The so-called “health care slowdown” has long been one of the key talking points for Affordable Care Act supporters. But the slowdown has now sped back up.

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Gray Lady Sweats As Obamacare Premium Hikes Loom

ACA premiums appear set to spike dramatically. Obamacare may be more of an albatross around the Democratic party’s neck than a star in its crown.

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Aging Hipsters Priced Out of Obamacare

Oregon has not only approved big premium hikes for Obamacare plans; it has even required insurers that didn’t request an increase to raise their prices.

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the Supremes

A nuclear response would be necessary to save the Supreme Court as an institution.

Asia's Game of Thrones

More wages from Obama’s vaunted Pivot to Asia.

Golden State Blues

California’s high-end housing market is one of the most attractive for America’s rich. The market for starter homes? Not so much.

good causes & bad advocates

The organization’s reckless and misleading use of its imprimatur is poisonous for public debate.

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