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Entries in ObamaCare Navigators (2)

Monday
Sep302013

Obamacare: Confusion and dissension late in the game

By Wendy N. Powell, guest contributor

The government is so desperate to implement this law that in California, navigators will be paid $58 for each person they get to complete an application on the exchanges and an additional $25 for a renewal. What does that say about a law few Americans understand?

Photo: Deborah Cartagena/CDCSenator Ted Cruz is “Dr. Seussing”, labor unions are flipping, Democrats are claiming that Obamacare is good for your health.   What could the matter be, and how can there be so much confusion and dissension this late in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) game?

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Friday
Aug022013

No experience required: ObamaCare ‘Navigators’ to launch across the U.S.

By Wendy N. Powell, contributor

 

ObamaCare regulations as of March, 2013. (Original image: Sen. Mitch McConnell; edited)The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has opened $54 million in publicly funded grant opportunities to provide explanation, guidance, and navigation through the most complex piece of legislation that has ever passed Congress, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). 

Community jobs are being created on the back end of the law that requires every American to purchase health insurance or pay a tax penalty to the IRS.

 

Here come the Obamacare 'Navigators'.

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