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2012 October - Health Insurance Chat

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Entries for October, 2012

Battleground health-care rhetoric fails to resonate in Miami

News from Washington Post: MIAMI — Benito Garcia is 56, a sturdy auto mechanic who lives in the working-class enclave of Hialeah. He came to the United States from Cuba in 2006, became a U.S. citizen and will vote for the first time next week. When asked if he prefers President Obama or former Massachusetts [...]

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Health care is more complex than rhetoric allows

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Health care costs

News from Chicago Tribune: The Tribune ran a story about Jode Towe, 41, an independent truck driver “Uninsured in U.S. have vested interest in vote” (News, Oct. 29). Towe discovered he has throat cancer. That diagnosis was devastating, but even worse Towe cannot seek treatment because he has no medical insurance. Millions of Americans, like [...]

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Health insurance industry dislikes ‘Obamacare,’ but finds the prospect of its …

News from Washington Post: WASHINGTON — You’d think health insurance CEOs would be chilling the bubbly with Republican Mitt Romney’s improved election prospects, but instead they’re in a quandary. Although the industry hates parts of President Barack Obama’s health care law, major outfits such as UnitedHealth Group and BlueCross Blue Shield also stand to rake [...]

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US Set to Sponsor Health Insurance

News from New York Times: WASHINGTON — The Obama administration will soon take on a new role as the sponsor of at least two nationwide health insurance plans to be operated under contract with the federal government and offered to consumers in every state. These multistate plans were included in Continue Reading … Related News:

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Idaho health insurance panel favors state-based exchange

News from The Spokesman Review: October 27, 2012 in Idaho Otter must notify federal government of plans By Betsy Z. Russell The Spokesman-Review Tags:Affordable Care ActButch Ott……….. continues on The Spokesman Review. Continue Reading … Related News:

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Health Care Elevates Significance of 2012 Election

News from The Ledger: Ezra Klein(c) 2012, The Washington Post. Published: Friday, October 26, 2012 at 10:32 p.m. Last Modified: Friday, October 26, 2012 at 10:32 p.m. According to the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, 55 percent of registered voters say the outcome of this election will make “a great deal of difference” in [...]

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Letter: Likes Obama’s health plan

News from Hudson Star Observer: Dear Editor, If the Romney/Ryan ticket wins this November, I face not being able to buy health care insurance for my pre-existing conditions. Thousands of people would suffer because we could not get health insurance after our COBRA benefits run out. It’s estimated that a minimum of 30,000-50,000 people will [...]

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Midstate health care providers brace for cutbacks

News from Nashville Ledger newspaper: VOL. 36 | NO. 43 | Friday, October 26, 2012 By Renee Elder Updated 2:31PM President Obama and his Republican opponent, Mitt Romney, seem to agree on one thing: the American health care system is broken. But they diverge sharply when it comes to plans for making health care less [...]

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This Election Is All About Health Care

News from Bloomberg: According to the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, 55 percent of registered voters say the outcome of this election will make “a great deal of difference” in their lives. That’s a 10 percentage point increase over the 2004 election, and more than double the percentage of voters who felt that way [...]

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