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  • Cheaper drugs can also mean less choice without savings for patients

    The economics of American healthcare are dictated by the Golden Rule: "He who has the gold makes the rules."

  • You can't trust Obamacare to keep your details safe

    In July, hackers breached the computer system of the federal healthcare.gov insurance exchange. Officials only discovered the breach in late August.

  • Cover Oregon turnaround bill: $600K and rising

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — As he wraps up his work, a corporate turnaround expert initially hired for $100,000 to fix Oregon's troubled health care insurance exchange has billed the state for nearly $600,000 under an expanded contract, a newspaper reported. The current deal between Clyde Hamstreet...

  • Obamacare to wreak havoc during tax season

    As many as 85 percent of Americans who signed up for Obamacare plans are receiving some sort of federal subsidies, putting them at financial risk down the road if their incomes are different than what they first estimated.

  • Harris: Subpoenas sent in health exchange probe

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal audit of Maryland's badly flawed health care exchange website has developed into a "full-blown" investigation, and subpoenas have been issued, a Maryland congressman said Tuesday. Rep. Andy Harris, Maryland's only Republican congressman, had asked the U.S. Department...

  • Obamacare round two: What could bring unwanted deja vu for the White House

    It's not just the 2014 midterm elections that have the White House on edge, but also the return of open enrollment in Obamacare.

  • Two red states had the sharpest drops in uninsured rate

    Arkansas and Kentucky have had the biggest reductions of uninsured adults since the Affordable Care Act's requirement that Americans have health insurance took effect in January, a new poll shows.



From the Weekly Standard