For the 40th Time - Obamacare Repeal Vote

Republicans to vote again to repeal obamacare

Despite 39 attempts to repeal Obamacare, it is still the law of the land, and that law just saw its 3rd anniversary in March. Despite the fact that the Supreme Court upheld the law, there are some who vigorously continue to seek its' repeal. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor announced on Wednesday that there will be yet another vote attempt next week to repeal Obamacare. The 40th time's the charm?

As we reported in March, Kaiser Family Foundation found that the nation is still roughly evenly divided on the Affordable Care Act:

Some parts of the law are popular, however as shown in this chart from KFF in this report:


President Obama, Will The Healthcare Rollout Fail?

Question Will Obamacare Be Implemented?

The president addressed healthcare implementation concerns at the White House press conference on Tuesday.  He mentions the shortened application for Obamacare, which we published the link for on yesterday.  He also mentions the family application, which is 12 pages long, and is available here.



The Individual Obamacare Application is Now 18 Pages Shorter

A new, shorter individual application for healthcare was posted today by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Originally a whopping 21 pages long, the application for individuals has been shortened to 3 pages. It can be can be submitted starting on October 1.





CMS Acting Administrator Marilyn Tavenner:


Is Obamacare A Train Wreck?

Max Baucus' (D-Mont) "train wreck" comment on April 17 to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has received much attention and commentary, especially by critics of Obamacare. Sen. Baucus comments at a routine Finance Committee Meeting have been heavily publicized because he is one of the architects of Obamacare. Displeased with the public's confusion about Obamacare, Baucus admonished that the administration must do a better job of informing people about the law's healthcare benefits and how it will work. He told Secretary Sebelius:

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