Fox Business & Affordable Care Act
Fox Business Network (FBN) is an American cable news and satellite news television channel that began broadcasting on October 15, 2007. It is owned by the Fox Entertainment Group, part of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), informally referred to as Obamacare, is a United States federal statute signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. The law (along with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010) is the principal health care reform legislation of the 111th United States Congress. /5
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Here's a popular argument from opponents of the Affordable Care Act: America has the best health care system in the world, and ObamaCare is going to ruin it. On Thursday night's Daily Show, Aasif Mandvi decided to put that theory to the test. First, Mandvi talked with Fox Business commentator Todd W...
Fox News criticized an upcoming NBC special intended to educate viewers about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as "propaganda," despite hyping Fox Business' week-long ACA special as a way to educate viewers about the "hideously complicated law."
On June 13, 2013, Avik Roy appeared on Fox Business' "The Willis Report" to discuss the possibility that the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. "Obamacare") will le...
Rep. Ron Kind with Stuart Varney on Fox Business discussing the IRS tax-exempt situation, along with the latest vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
News flash to Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter: Obamacare isn’t the only thing costing your business money. The pizza chain head has made his views on the Affordable Care Act clear in recent months, claiming the new health care law will cost his business about $5 to $8 million per year. To compensate Schnatter's said he will likely raise pizza prices and cut back some workers’ hours so he doesn’t have to insure them. Caleb Melby of Forbes has graciously done the math on Obamacare’s cost to Papa John’s and according to his analysis, to cover the cost of Obamacare, the pizza chain would have to raise prices by 3.4 to 4.6 cents per pie -- way less than the 11 to 14 cents Schnatter claims he needs. And there are other changes the chain could make to save some money, Melby notes, like not giving away 2 million pizzas for free at a cost of between $24 and $32 million to the company, for example. (Read Melby's full analysis here) We're guessing Obamacare won't impact life at Schnatter's lavish home, a ...
A Florida restaurateur who operates roughly 40 Denny’s locations in Florida, Virginia and Georgia intends to add a 5 percent surcharge to customers’ bills to offset costs from ObamaCare beginning in January 2014 when the Affordable Care Act is fully implemented. In a statement to FoxNews.com, the National Restaurant Association said it’s “premature” to *** precisely how the health care law will affect individual businesses. ~Fox Business
Fox Business host Lou Dobbs covered up the fact that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney previously supported the same kind of financial penalties on individuals who refuse to purchase Health Insurance that are in the Affordable Care Act, penalties Romney now criticizes. In fact, even the archite...
Fox Business Panel Confounded By The Facts Of Health Care Reform Posted by Brian and Ellen -1pc on June 30, 2012 · Flag Today's Bulls and Bears used job creation (or lack thereof) as an excuse to bash the Affordable Care Act. Host Brenda Buttner asked, “Did the Supreme Court’s ruling just slam the gavel on any chance for a jobs recovery?” In case you didn’t already know the answer, a giant gavel appeared on the screen and loudly smacked the b-roll footage that showed workers on the job. Unfortunately for the panel, liberal Julian Epstein confronted them with facts they couldn’t refute. Tobin Smith sneered, “Think about 50, that’s the new speed limit for the economy. Because if you have, let’s say, 55 or 60 employees now, because of the new law, you’re going to take that down to 49 because you’d be forced into mandated coverage. If you’re under 50, guess what? You’re going to stay under… You’re going to see, unfortunately, mass, mass layoffs and businesses closing.” Jonas Max ...
Here is a look at major tax provisions in Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court lets stand the Affordable Care Act, including the Individual Mandate provision, but strikes down Medicaid expansion. Tune in to Fox Business Network now for complete coverage.
Though a ruling won’t likely come till June, a majority of Americans think the Supreme Court’s decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will be based on political partisan views, rather than the law itself, according to a recent poll.
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