Senior Editor, The New Republic
Writer and blogger at The New Republic. Author of Sick. Fan of universal health insurance & early childhood care, plus the Red Sox, Dolphins, and Wolverines.
thehill.com — Predictions of massive rate shock as a result of President Obama's healthcare law have been over-blown, according to a new analysis from the Center for American Progress. CAP, a liberal think tank, said higher costs will only affect about 3 percent of people between ages 19 and 29.
newrepublic.com — Have nursing homes, fast-food restaurants, and other low-wage industries found a way to wriggle out of some Obamacare requirements? Maybe. Today many (and possibly most) of these employers either don't provide insurance or provide barebones coverage that doesn't really cover much. Obamacare is supposed to change that.
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