The Kaiser Health Tracking Poll has support for ObamaCare dropping 7 percentage points in August — down to 43 percent — while opposition rose 10 points to 45 percent. That’s the weakest showing since May...
The biggest reason I see a new and marked change is Open Enrollment. We have already been warned by our carrier that all of our initiatives for reducing premiums have to be completed by Oct. 1, ex. smoking cessation, wt.loss, reduced cholesterol readings and so forth for Nov. enrollments. Jan. 1 brings definite rate hikes in our insurance premiums. Which I am not complaining because we get a great deal for being healthy already anyway and a large group-but I am afraid many do not have access to the same. So in answer to your question..as Open Enrollments creep towards us more and more people will see their rates increase and relate it all to Ocare. Of course your rates were going to go up...only a fool would have otherwise.
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grly: you have a very boring stalker.Mine is more - verbal. Maybe they should meet!
Oh, no, my choice hasn't changed since 11-08. I will still be voting repub. He hasn't done anything at all except convince me I was correct back then and even more, if that is possible, now. Enjoy your boring stalker.
Answer by jesse123456 at 8:57 PM on Aug. 31, 2010
Next question overall
(Babies (0-12 months))
Has anyone been able to get Ins. to cover breast milk?