Thursday, November 7, 2013

250,000 Colorado healthcare plans cancelled under Obamacare

Many of the policies are being cancelled because of stipulations under the new law that force insurers to cover certain things that weren’t covered under the old policies; other plans are being cancelled by insurers because they’re no longer cost-effective. - KDVR

So far, just 3,408 Coloradans have purchased new insurance plans on the exchange; many more, 34,168 Coloradans, have enrolled in Medicaid since the program expanded under the law.
“To have almost a hundred health plan cancellations for every exchange sign up in Colorado under Obamacare is exponentially worse than even the most extreme skeptic could have predicted,” said Kelly Maher, executive director of the group Compass Colorado.

Orrin Hatch to Newsmax: Obamacare Problems 'Worse by the Day' - Todd Beamon and John Bachman/Newsmax

Obamacare Shouldn´t Have Been Managed like A Campaign - Megan McArdle/Bloomberg
Bad decisions were made to avoid Republican criticism. Anyone see a pattern here? Fast and Furious...Benghazi...IRS... - Discussion at Lucianne
Access shock a bigger problem for Obama than lost insurance - Philip Klein/Washington Examiner @philipklein
Wait until the Doc-Lock dawns. That's when the explosions begin. - Discussion at Lucianne
And the number of people who have enrolled in Delaware’s Obamacare exchange is… FOUR. - Doug Powers/Michelle Malkin

Four. How many people in Delaware have lost their insurance because of Obamacare?