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US Will Dump $700-Billion into Obamacare Subsidies in 2018

May 29, 2018 ZeroHedge 1

The US Congressional Budget Office estimates that it will spend $700-billion on subsidies this year to help pay the health-care premiums for Americans under the age of 65. The extravagant benefits of the government’s so-called ‘affordable health care’ has forced insurers to raise premiums by 34% in 2018. […]

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Did Trump’s Tax Cut Bill Repeal Obamacare?

December 26, 2017 Breitbart 1

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act repealed the individual mandate portion of the Affordable Care Act that requires people who reject the insurance to pay a penalty of $695 or 2.5% of their income. However, Obamacare is still in effect and requires employers with businesses with 50 or more full-time employees to pay for their full-time employees health insurance, regardless of the cost. This is forcing many employers to reduce the number of full-time employees or go out of business altogether. […]

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Game Changer: Insurance Companies Panic Over Cash-Only Doctors That Make Insurance Obsolete

April 20, 2017 JD Heyes, Natural News 0

An increasing number of private medical groups now are offering ‘concierge care’, charging a monthly or yearly membership fee, and then providing nearly unlimited care at rates that are dramatically lower than insurance premiums. Physicians and nurse practitioners in these groups are free to treat patients as they see fit, not as directed by insurance companies. […]