April 8, 2013

Health Benefits Exchange: What They Mean by Self-Sustaining

Justin Katz

Amidst the political noise of news on marriage, immigration, and guns, Phil Marcelo has an informative article in today's Providence Journal highlighting the fact that the State of Rhode Island is going to have to pay to maintain its ObamaCare health benefits exchange when federal dollars run out.

That's an issue that I raised last July, in a policy brief for the RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity.

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A favorite tactic of the progressives. Fund something for a year or two (with our tax dollars, of course), and then leave the states/communities holding the bag. The Feds have done this with police and teachers--Free money, we are told--and these new hires become, of course, essential after the first year. How did we ever get by without them?

Brilliant, really...if all you care about is power.

Posted by: Mike at April 8, 2013 3:57 PM

I remember when doctors made house calls.

Anyhow,some states have actually tried to protect their citizens by basically telling fedgov. to buzz off on this issue.

Not here though. Nope.

Posted by: helen at April 9, 2013 11:55 PM
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