Why It’s Time To Start Talking About Reforming, Not Repealing, Obamacare
Travis Banks

Over the past month, as the Obamacare exchanges have bounced and crashed, some 400,000 Americans have enrolled in Medicaid or S-Chip, the children's health program. The architects of the Affordable Care Act expected that about half the people who would gain coverage under the law would do so through Medicaid; about half through the much more publicized exchanges. Website troubles and high prices have depressed exchange sign up. But Medicaid sign-ups are trundling along in half the states. (In 21 others, governors and state legislatures have refused the ACA's Medicaid expansion and the accompanying federal dollars. Four states have not yet decided one way or the other.)

Read more: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/11/17/why-it-s-time-to-start-talking-about-reforming-not-repealing-obamacare.html

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