As more abortions are induced through the use of drugs, many retail pharmacists may face the grim choice of their job or their conscience.
A report by market research group GfK indicates that half of ObamaCare’s enrollees avoid visiting the doctor to save money, underscoring once more that despite the Obama administration’s claims that the healthcare law has helped to insure more Americans, it remains unaffordable and inefficient and fails to service the very Americans it has enrolled.
A report from the Department of Health and Human Services presents a dire view of ObamaCare premiums in 2017. The report reveals that they will increase an average of 25 percent across 39 states served by the federal marketplace. Likewise, deductibles will rise dramatically, while consumers will have fewer options for insurers. Despite this devastating news for consumers, President Obama continues to tout the Affordable Care Act as his crowning achievement.
Planned Parenthood marked its 100th birthday on October 16, celebrating a legacy of racism and abortion at taxpayer expense.
More than one million Americans are going to lose their ObamaCare exchange plans next year, and many will have to settle for more expensive and less generous coverage.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (D), formerly an enthusiastic ObamaCare supporter, now says the healthcare law “is no longer affordable for an increasing number of people.”
As yet another insurer announces plans to withdraw from a state healthcare exchange, the time has never been better to pull the plug on ObamaCare.
Proponents of euthanasia have longed claimed that it is ridiculous to assume that allowing limited euthanasia will lead to a slippery slope, but recent events show otherwise.
Florida residents may block an FDA-approved clinical trial of genetically modified mosquitoes designed by British firm Oxitec to combat the insect-transmitted Zika virus.
The Affordable Health Care Act (ACA) and the disaster which has become the U.S. healthcare system seem poised to do the unthinkable and take yet another turn for the worse — a turn which will undoubtedly leave more people across the nation with fewer health insurance options.