WPML not installed and activated.

Posts tagged with ‘Affordable Care Act’

  • In a Democracy

    By John Guy on February 25, 2014
    0
    0
    In a Democracy, a common criticism of legislators and elected administrators is “they only want to be elected,” articulated by an individual or group that disagrees with policies and decisions. “They only want to be elected” at once declares both a truth and a misunderstanding.  The civically literate observer must understand both. The truth is that a candidate for office, […]
  • A Catastrophic Civic Effect

    By admin on October 24, 2013
    0
    0
    I am extremely disappointed with the many glitches in the rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)/Obamacare. I support the new Health Care Law though. As someone who is 28 years old and has already spent many months without insurance or with catastrophic insurance (that covers shockingly few catastrophic things), I am grateful that there is a well-intended policy attempt to […]
  • Thoughts from the Waiting Room

    By Greg Kueterman on October 21, 2013
    0
    0
    Now that the dust is settling from the unnecessary and self-induced drama in our nation’s capital, it’s important to step back and absorb what this was all about. Most people understand the government shutdown and near collapse of our financial foundation were about health care (more specifically, the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare ). Of course, some far right conservatives […]