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Press is missing the boat on ACA by not covering State-Based Marketplaces?

Posted by Timothy McBride on Sunday, November 10, 2013, In : ACA 
There has been much hyperbole in the press about the "failure" of "Obamacare" because of the problems with the federal healthcare.gov website.  The focus on this website and perhaps few enrollments through this website and many mentions of this seems odd given that in 17 states individuals will enroll through state-based Marketplaces.

The Kaiser Foundation is reporting preliminary data on these state-based Marketplaces on their website, at least for 15 of these states.  They report that 227,81...
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Missouri Obamacare Myths: Myth #1, Corollary

Posted by Timothy McBride on Thursday, March 7, 2013, In : Missouri 
Yesterday I wrote about the myth that the primary vote taken in August 2010 (called Proposition C), which has been characterized by some people as an overwhelming vote by the state of Missouri "against Obamacare" cannot be characterized that way because in fact the proposition was a vote on a very narrow part of the law -- only the individual mandate provision.  That is well-known to be the least popular provision of Obamacare, so it is in fact no surprise that a proposition against it was pa...
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Timothy McBride Timothy D. McBride, Ph.D. is a Professor at the Brown School, Washington University in St. Louis. Here you can find musings on health policy and other issues. Opinions are my own, and not those of my employer. Contact: mcbridetd@gmail.com