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Alec MacGillis of The New Republic has named Michael Cannon of the Cato Institute the Affordable Care Act’s “single most relentless antagonist.” (Cannon says that, though he’d prefer to be known as freedom’s single most relentless protagonist, he’ll take the title). If … Continue reading
Since the rollout of the Affordable Care Act’s federal online health insurance exchanges back on Oct. 1, it has become apparent that there are substantial problems not only with the law’s implementation, but with its structure and foundation as well. … Continue reading
In the recent debate over California’s health insurance premiums, supporters of the ACA cited a Covered California press release stating that health insurance premiums will rise no more than 2 percent and fall as much as 29 percent in 2014. …