Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin announced Wednesday that he would not ask the state legislature to move forward with a planned universal healthcare system because it would require impossibly high taxes.

Hospitals and free clinics across the nation are closing due to ObamaCare, which is also causing care to be rationed.

On Tuesday, ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber appeared before Congress to explain his controversial statements made in 2013 when he admitted that the law’s writers took advantage of the “stupidity of the American voter.” Gruber used the hearing as an opportunity to issue more public apologies for his statements.

Because of technical glitches, delays, and bad design, ObamaCare's SHOP exchange isn't attracting small-business owners or their employees.

As 2014 nears its end, the Obama administration is facing a whole new set of challenges to its signature healthcare law, ranging from Jonathan Gruber’s upcoming testimony before the House Oversight Committee and big goals for a short open enrollment period, to the Supreme Court’s decision to hear cases that question the validity of subsidies, and revelations that the Department of Health and Human Services inflated its enrollment figures. And in the midst of these issues, President Obama may lose a vital core of ObamaCare supporters, as many big businesses are threatening to withdraw their support.

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