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Insurers Still Committed To Obamacare Following White House Meeting

In an unusual alliance between a liberal Democratic President and the traditionally Republican-leaning insurance industry, health plans are still backing the Affordable Care Act and the nation’s commander-in-chief following a White House meeting Friday.

Despite the political rhetoric coming out of Washington and pundits on television talking about lower popularity numbers for President Obama and continued efforts of Republicans to derail the legislation, the insurance industry believes the health law can be fixed, according to several sources close to the companies. They are more concerned about problems with the healthcare.gov web site than the backlash from consumers who are upset about their policies being cancelled because they did not comply with the new law.

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Re: Insurers Still Committed To Obamacare Following White House Meeting
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2013, 09:13:38 PM »
What else can they do??  I think they likely believe they will still be around once Obama is long gone....


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Re: Insurers Still Committed To Obamacare Following White House Meeting
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2013, 10:21:05 PM »
Of course they are.  They stand to make a LOT of money on the exchanges since the Government will be their backers.
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