Obamacare co-ops

Connecticut Obamacare Co-Op Going Out of Business

HealthyCT – a nonprofit health insurance plan set up under the president’s signature health care reform, is one of 23 original Obamacare co-ops and the 14th to fail since they began selling their health insurance plans on the Obamacare exchanges.

Obamacare sign is seen on the UniVista Insurance company office on December 15, 2015 in Miami, Florida.

World View: Veterans’ Medical Services Continue to Worsen Since 2014 Scandal

Contents: Doctors prepare to strike UK’s National Health Service; Veterans’ medical services continue to worsen since 2014 scandal; Obamacare prices skyrocketing in 2016, as I predicted in 2009; Kentucky’s new governor Matt Bevin promises to end Obamacare abuses; Four more Obamacare co-ops collapse in the last week; Obamacare ‘risk corridors’ are also collapsing financially

Chicago Area Hines Veterans Hospital Sited In Mass VA Scandal

11th Obamacare Co-Op Shut Down in Arizona

On Friday the Arizona Department of Insurance placed Meritus Health under supervision, which prevents the insurer from renewing or issuing new policies. Meritus Health is the 11th Obamacare Co-Op to fail in 2015.


10th Obamacare Co-Op Closes Down

Arches Health, an Obamacare Co-Op, was put in receivership Tuesday by the Utah Insurance Department. Arches is the 10th Obamacare Co-Op to close its doors this year.


White House Turns to Threats as ObamaCare Enrollments Stall

Now that ObamaCare is failing in the exact way its critics predicted more than 5 years ago, the White House is preparing to use threats to increase ObamaCare enrollment numbers next year. The threat, of course, is the ObamaCare tax.

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