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People will figure out for themselves and their pocketbooks whether or not ObamaCare is a success.
Read the poll White House involved in soliciting money for pro-ObamaCare group, watchdog says CBO projections on ObamaCare raise questions about future enrollment Krauthammer: Real objective of ObamaCare is 'semi-nationalization' of health care
Here's why Obamacare is not just one number.
About 8 million people have signed up for Year 1 of Obamacare, but millions of others are still falling into the law's "coverage gap." They earn too much money to qualify for Medicaid, yet don't ...
President Obama and other officials like to point to projections by the Congressional Budget Office to show that ObamaCare "is working," as the president put it.
President Barack Obama has said that eight million people have opted for Obamacare during its very first year of introduction.
We can now pinpoint the exact moment when the Obamacare Census Bureau conspiracy theory lost its intellectual credibility on the right. On Wednesday night, Michael R. Strain, a resident scholar at the right-leaning, pro-business, and anti-Obamacare think tank American Enterprise Institute, argued that the change to the Census survey's health insurance questions was dumb, but not a conspiracy.
Why did 8 million people enroll in Obamacare? It isn't because of suppressed demand, as Vox would argue; In the early 1990s, as then-President Bill Clinton and other members of his family tried to figure out how to improve and expand health care coverage, the Heritage Foundation developed the idea of the "individual mandate" — the idea, in essence, that making people get coverage would inject ...
Thanks to a final April surge, California's Obamacare marketplace enrolled a total of 1.4 million people in private health insurance plans, state officials announced on Thursday, beating a federal forecast by just over 800,000 enrollees. California's Obamacare enrollments are among 7.5 million people nationally who have signed up, according to federal officials. Peter V. Lee, executive director ...
David Axelrod, an Obama veteran who is now advising Britain's Labour Party, told the New York Times that Obamacare suffers from a public perception problem.
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