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  • delucks345 delucks345 Apr 25, 2013 9:08 AM Flag

    it's a lie that "congress staffers ""could be"" exempt from Obamacare.. a lie repeated by the lying liar pubbies like seaburgc

    Media falsely claim Obama and staff are "exempt" from health care reform
    Media have falsely claimed President Obama, members of his administration, and certain congressional staff are "exempt" from the recently enacted health care bill. In fact, the bill subjects the White House, members of Congress, and their staffs to the same reforms and requirements as the rest of the American people.

    White House, Congress, and federal employees are subject to same health care reforms applied to American people

    White House, Congress required to carry health insurance like everyone else. Starting in 2014, Americans will be required to have minimum health insurance coverage, with exemptions for certain people with religious objections or the inability to afford coverage. The bill does not exempt government employees such as leaders and staffers at the White House and Congress.

    Insurers covering government workers will be subject to insurance regulations. The insurers participating in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, through which federal workers obtain health coverage, are not exempt from the regulations imposed by the bill on insurers. These regulations include prohibitions on lifetime limits on coverage and denial of coverage to those with pre-existing conditions, and the requirement to spend 80-85 percent of premiums on medical claims, among others.

    Bill does not require Americans to enroll in health care exchange plans. Contrary to the suggestion that participating in the exchange plans is mandatory, there is no such requirement, ......

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    • ‘Obama Phone’

      Richest Man Slim Cited for Profiting From Phones for Poor
      By Todd Shields - Apr 25, 2013 1:24 PM ET

      Congressional Republicans want to rein in a $2.2 billion U.S. mobile-phone subsidy for the poor, saying it’s riddled with fraud and benefits the world’s richest man, Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.

      Slim’s TracFone Wireless Inc. received about a quarter of the funds from the U.S. government’s Lifeline program, according to the latest figures. Today, a House subcommittee asked why the program, paid for by fees charged to U.S. phone subscribers, tripled in cost since 2008.

      • 1 Reply to hikemanymiles
      • Reagan phone.....why did you all start it, and why didn't you get rid of it instead of expanding it? and now all you do is whine....how pathetic....... what a cry babies and hypocrites the gop is..

        "the program was begun under President Ronald Reagan and a Republican FCC chairman in 2005 changed the program to admit new carriers such as TracFone that are driving program growth. "

    • WASHINGTON – An independent government watchdog agency is investigating allegations that President Obama's nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives retaliated against employees for whistle-blowing.

    • Maryland Offers Glimpse at Obamacare Insurance Math
      Proposed premiums for new policies for individuals will rise by 25 percent on average next year.
      By Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News Staff Writer

      WEDNESDAY, April 24, 2013 (Kaiser Health News) — In the latest preview of prices for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, Maryland’s dominant insurer says proposed premiums for new policies for individuals will rise by 25 percent on average next year.

      • 1 Reply to hillary_is_sewage
      • just right wing fear mongering..... in fact many will pay less and many will get subsidies..... so , for instance

        One current popular CareFirst plan ( in maryland who filed for a rate increase) with a $2,700 deductible costs “less than $115 per month” for men under 30, said Mark Hammett, a broker at Kelly & Associates Insurance Group in Hunt Valley, Md.....................................may go down for some......... oh and wow, if it does go up the reason is that everyone is covered, no more free bushcare at the ER........

    • Lawmakers, aides seek Obamacare exemption...

      Individual policies to cost 25-50% more next year...

    • Record Number of Households on Food Stamps-- 1 out of Every 5
      April 25, 2013
      By Joe Schoffstall


      The latest available data from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) shows that a record number 23 million households in the United States are now on food stamps.

      The most recent Supplemental Assistance Nutrition Program (SNAP) statistics of the number of households receiving food stamps shows that 23,087,886 households participated in January 2013 - an increase of 889,154 families from January 2012 when the number of households totaled 22,188,732.

      The most recent statistics from the United States Census Bureau-- from December 2012-- puts the number of households in the United States at 115,310,000. If you divide 115,310,000 by 23,087,866, that equals one out of every five households now receiving food stamps.

      As CNSNews previously reported, food stamp rolls in America recently surpassed the population of Spain. A record number 47,692,896 Americans are now enrolled in the program and the cost of food stamp fraud has more than doubled in just three years.

    • mesa, it's being reported in politico. Politico has cred with you, right? Besides, this who fiasco called Obamacare is likely to collapse under its own weight. Lots of dem pols are worried that it will. Efforts already uinderway to blame repubs, just in case it does. Sebelius had already started setting the stage for the blame.

 
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