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Bankruptcy Stops the Obamacare Tax Penalty for Going Without Insurance

Bankruptcy is a very useful thing.  Not only does it eliminate many types of consumer debt with the stroke of a pen, protect almost all of your assets, and put you on the path to rebuilding credit, but it also … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Medicaid Expansion Under Obamacare to New York Personal Injury Plaintiffs

Among the hallmarks of President Barack Obama’s signature piece of healthcare legislation – known officially as The Affordable Care Act, but most-commonly referred to as “Obamacare” – was its expansion of Medicaid benefits to more Americans.  By way of background, … Continue reading

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READING TEA LEAVES:  Kavanaugh’s Obamacare ruling: Part I. …

READING TEA LEAVES:  Kavanaugh’s Obamacare ruling: Part I. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Virginia expands Medicaid coverage, as Obamacare foes lose another state

Hundreds of thousands of poor, middle-class, old, sick, and young Virginians will get increased access to health care as the Commonwealth, joining 33 states and the District of Columbia, saw the crumbling of five years of fierce GOP-led opposition to … Continue reading

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A Carrier's Economist's take on ObamaCare

[Whew – That title really rolls off the tongue. FoIB and Blue Cross economist Michael Bertaut recently tweeted a series of posts explaining what has gone off the rails, and why. He's graciously granted us permission to post it here … Continue reading

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