Idle hands: Almost 6 million young people are neither in school nor working.
Number of insurers in the health exchanges ranges from 1 in New Hampshire and West Virginia to 16 in New York; from 7 in Alabama to 106 in Arizona.
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“The coalition also finds that 49 states have seen an increase in the number of families living in poverty and 45 states have seen household median incomes fall in the last year.”
This is absolutely not ok.
How could we fix it?
Ideally? Removing trade regulations and promoting incentives for companies looking to grow.
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Senior citizens must be having a great time signing up
My grandmother doesn’t even know what a computer does
Great! Have them sign up for Obamacare!
That’s the plan!
It appeared within the article that attending school or work was not because they were lazy. Economic hardships is what prevents them from succeeding.
“The number of companies participating in exchanges may also grow — or deplete — after insurers see what theirs and other companies’ experiences have been.”
It will be interesting to see if the number of insurance companies actually do end up increasing.
It would be a cold day in hell if it did, that’s for sure. Considering most speculation is leading us to believe that it will only decrease.
Absolutely no way it increases. There are way too many variables working against the insurance companies.
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