Will the Affordable Care Act Live Up to Its Name?

BY JANET TRAUTWEIN Insurance plans won’t go on sale in the new insurance exchanges established by the federal healthcare reform law for several more months. But some major health insurers are already forecasting substantially higher premiums. Some individuals could see their premiums more than double, according to a private briefing conducted earlier this year by […]


Calculators to help consumers understand the Affordable Care Act SUFFERN N.Y. –Health insurance specialist, Vista Health Solutions, announced today the introduction of their new health care reform calculators for individuals and businesses which are available for free at their website. The three different calculators will help individuals, small businesses, and large groups determine their options […]

Free-Marketeer Lists 10 Worst Parts of Affordable Care Act

BY GRACIE-MARIE TURNER Here’s a quick checklist of what free marketeers are calling the 10 worst things in the Affordable Care Act along with the individual and Medicaid mandates: 1. Employer mandate: Most companies will have to provide and pay for expensive government-determined health insurance for their employees or face federal fines. 2. Conscience mandate: […]

There’s More Trouble With ObamaCare Than the Mandate!

BY DENEEN BORELLI A ruling on the constitutionality of key elements of ObamaCare is expected from the U.S. Supreme Court by late June. That leaves months for speculation — and strategizing — about what will need to be done in the wake of that decision. Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), most […]