17 Percent Now Oppose Obamacare for Not Being Liberal Enough

By: Wednesday July 23, 2014 7:10 am

With over half a year since the exchanges opened the American people have gotten plenty of time to judge the new health care law based on real world experiences and they continue to dislike it.

Insurance Competition Doesn’t Bring Down Premiums

By: Monday December 3, 2012 12:17 pm

Competition among private insurance companies in America doesn’t result in lower premiums. The Medicare Advantage ended up costing more money than traditional Medicare. The federal employee heath insurance exchange, like many state employee exchanges, have not produce significantly lower premiums or slow growth rates. And as the New York Time Economix blog points out, having [...]

Affordable Care Act’s Popularity Continues to Decline

By: Thursday February 23, 2012 10:03 am

The Affordable Care Act, President Obama signature health care reform law, continues to slowly but steadily become less popular as time goes on. A new Quinnipiac University poll found that 52 percent of voters think Congress should repeal the law, while just 39 percent think Congress should let it stand as is. This is the [...]