Friday, April 25, 2014

Those Obamacare Cancellations Weren't As Bad As You've Heard

"Where's The Train Wreck?"
(The "train wreck" was delusional ideation by an insane American political party.)

"As with every aspect of the Obamacare debate, it's difficult to be certain, let alone precise, about the law's financial impact on individuals and the population as a whole. It will take months and probably years to sort out the data, and even then there will some difficult, contentious debates over what people really want and need. But this latest study confirms what previous studies have shown: Lots of people who lost old policies are no worse off for the change. That makes a big difference, particularly when it seems so many more people are benefitting." Jonathan Cohn in The New Republic.

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