Supreme Court & Affordable Care Act

A Supreme Court is the highest court within the hierarchy of many legal jurisdictions. 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. 5.0/5

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We can't afford to watch President Obama speak about the Supreme Court, and fill the Affordable Care Act.
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Historic factoid: 5 years ago today the Supreme Court ruled the Affordable Care Act Individual Mandate was constitutional.
Wildfires in the financial security of the Supreme Court has the Affordable Care Act.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear seven new appeals regarding the Affordable Care Act's contraception ma…
Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court: "Congress passed the Affordable Care Act to improve Health Insurance markets, not to…
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In Nebraska, about 57,000 would lose subsidies if Supreme Court ruling goes against Affordable Care Act. |
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SADLY, I WAS CORRECT ON THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME On Friday, January 9, 2015 11:48 AM, Ron Wood (Bruce Wood) wrote his predictions for 2015 Presidential Politics: Neither Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren nor Vice President Joe Biden will seek the Democratic presidential nomination. Hillary Clinton will run for president. The 2015 Ames Straw Poll will be canceled in deference to the "credibility" of the 2016 Iowa caucus. Courts: There will be a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court. The justices will decide that the Affordable Care Act doesn't permit subsidies in states that don't have their own exchanges. And the president's executive actions on immigration will be ruled unconstitutional. Congress: The House and Senate will move forward with a surge of bipartisan legislation. Congress will pass a budget on time for the next fiscal year. Republicans will spend more on the military though less time at home. A conservative vision for 2016 will take shape on issues such as entitlement and tax reform. Bar ...
About 8.2 million people would lose Health Insurance if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down a key element of the Affordable Care Act this year.
This spring, the Affordable Care Act will make its third trip to the Supreme Court, says
It’s well established that the inhabitants of blue states send more money to Washington in federal taxes than they get back from Washington in the form of Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and other federal programs, while the inhabitants of red states are just the opposite: they get more back from Washington than they send. In other words, blue states subsidize red ones. What’s less well known is the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) makes the blue-state subsidy of red states even bigger – or at least that was the idea. But in reality, blue states aren’t subsidizing red because so many red states have refused to expand Medicaid under the act (even though the Federal Government picks up 100% of the tab for the first three years and over 90% thereafter). In fact, since everyone, even in red states, has to pay more Medicare payroll tax and higher capital gains taxes to finance Obamacare, red states may well end up subsidizing blue-state Obamacare. (And if the Supreme Court decides that the inhabita ...
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By the way, the fate of the Affordable Care Act, a very key provision of it, will really be decided in 2015 by the Supreme Court, yes?
Obamacare is actually the "Affordable Care Act" which was passed by the Supreme Court of The United States.What hospitals?
"And the walls come crumbling down". Four words that could deep-six Obamacare WASHINGTON — The most serious challenge to President Obama's Health Care law since it survived the Supreme Court by a single vote in 2012 isn't a balky website, public opinion or the Republican takeover of Congress. It's the Supreme Court — again. In a case likely to be heard in March and decided in June, the justices will dissect the meaning of four words on page 95 of the 906-page Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — four words that could render Health Insurance premiums unaffordable for millions of Americans. Here's a look at the issues in King v. Burwell: Question: Why the fuss over four words? Answer: The law states that tax credits will be available through so-called exchanges, or online marketplaces, "established by the State." When it was being crafted, it was assumed that all 50 states would create their own exchanges. After it passed in March 2010, it became clear that many states would rely on the federa ...
FROM NEWSMAX: Even with Ginsburg on the job, the Obama Administration has had a rocky relationship with the Supreme Court. The court historically has sided with the White House in a significant majority of cases it has heard. But the Obama Administration has a losing record before the court, and has lost an unusually high number of cases in unanimous 9-0 decisions. Obama saw 20 unanimous defeats in the first 5 1/2 years of his administration, while his predecessor George W. Bush saw just 15 in his eight years in office. The court recently dealt a potential blow to Obama's signature effort, the Affordable Care Act, when it decided to hear a case challenging provisions of Obamacare. The bottom line, according to the source, is that the court just does not like the Obama Administration and its continual disrespect of co-equal branches of the Federal Government. Footnote: The last Supreme Court Justice nominated by a Democratic president and confirmed by a Senate Republican majority was Rufus Peckham — in 1 ...
Predictions for the political future: Obama will be impeached and very probably convicted in the Senate unless there is one Republican who cares more for the Republic than he or she does their party! Affordable Care Act if not repealed will be severely restricted because now the godless Republicans can over ride any veto! A number of attempts to privatise Social Security will be made and possibly enacted by the Tea Party majority in the House and their allies in the Senate! The "social safety net" will be so full of holes after the oligarchs are done with it that it will be unrecognisable! Any potential appointments to the Supreme Court will be stopped by the ideologues in the Senate thereby forcing Obama to compromise and appease even more the GOP! Lastly I just want to thank the gutless "leadership" of the national Democratic Party and the Administration for this debacle we have witnessed Tuesday on Election Day and I want to especially thank the Liberal Establishment especially those in the mega milli ...
Attorney General Sam Olens shared this update today: Obamacare Update: According to Investor’s Business Daily, insurers say Affordable Care Act enrollment is shrinking, and it is expected to shrink further. Some of those who signed up for insurance on the exchanges never paid; others paid, and then stopped paying. Insurers are undoubtedly picking up some new customers who lost jobs or had another “qualifying life event” since open enrollment closed. But on net, they expect enrollment to shrink from their March numbers by a substantial amount—as much as 30 percent at Aetna Inc., for example. As you know, just days after being sworn in as Attorney General, I joined the 26-state lawsuit challenging Obamacare and took the suit all the way to the Supreme Court. Since then, we have kept fighting. My office has filed four briefs in support of federal lawsuits challenging Obamacare; and recently filed a fifth in a case pending in the U.S. Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit. The suit, Hotze, M.D. and Braidwood ...
Lawsuit Versus Impeachment There is no question that President Obama has overstepped his authority, by not enforcing some laws and issuing Executive Orders that modify existing laws. Once a law is written, passed by both chambers of Congress and signed into law by the president, only Congress can modify it unless authority is granted to the president in that specific instance, according to the Constitution. When the president is inaugurated, he or she takes an oath: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” The Constitution defines the powers of the president, of Congress, and of the judicial branch. Only the Congress has the power to enact legislation. President Obama’s use of Executive Orders is not new, but his refusal to enforce some laws and his dictatorial changes of details of existing laws, such as the Affordable Care Act ...
Democratic Sens. Patty Murray and Mark Udall fought back today against the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby ruling with plans for legislation intended to restore the contraceptive coverage requirement under the Affordable Care Act. Joined by fellow Democrats from both chambers of Congress and women's rights groups, the senators urged Republicans to support the bill they have nicknamed "Not My Boss's Business Act." "We are here to ensure that no CEO or corporation can come between people and their guaranteed access to healthcare," Murray, of Washington State, said, speaking at the Capitol. "I hope Republicans will join us to revoke this court-issued license to discriminate and return the right of Americans to make their own decision about their own Health Care and their own bodies."
Senate Democrats are expediting legislation that would override the Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby case and compel for-profit employers to cover the full range of contraception for their employees, as required by the Affordable Care Act.
Former Star Trek actor George Takei blasted Monday’s decision by the Supreme Court allowing the craft store Hobby Lobby to opt out of the contraceptive mandate of the Affordable Care Act.
If you’ve been following the recent Hobby Lobby decision by the Supreme Court, here are some facts you may not be aware of. - Hobby Lobby will continue covering 16 different types of contraceptives for its employees. The only thing they didn’t want to cover is abortifacients such as Plan B and Ella, the morning-after and week-after pills. Covering these drugs would violate the religious beliefs of the family that owns the company. - When The Affordable Care Act was passed, it did not include coverage for birth control. Birth control coverage was added later in an executive decision by Kathleen Sebelius. The ACA would have never passed congress if it had included birth control coverage. - The Supreme Court ruling applies only to privately held companies. It does not apply to publicly held corporations since the owners of public corporations are the shareholders, and it is very unlikely that all shareholders would be aligned on a set of religious beliefs. - The Obama Administration exempted non-profits ...
In a decision that drew an unusually fierce dissent from the three female justices, the Supreme Court sided Thursday with religiously affiliated nonprofit groups in a clash between religious freedom and women’s rights. The decision temporarily exempts a Christian college from part of the regulations that provide contraception coverage under the Affordable Care Act. The court’s order was brief, provisional and unsigned, but it drew a furious reaction from the three female members, Justices Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan. The order, Justice Sotomayor wrote, was at odds with the 5-to-4 decision on Monday in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, which involved for-profit corporations. “Those who are bound by our decisions usually believe they can take us at our word,” Justice Sotomayor wrote. “Not so today.” The court’s action, she added, even “undermines confidence in this institution.”
Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that family-owned corporations with strong religious beliefs do not have to provide insurance coverage for certain birth control methods. The ruling came after a chain of crafts stores, Hobby Lobby, among others, challenged a part of the Affordable Care Act that says employers have to offer insurance coverage for contraception to employees. How may this affect you as a young woman? We know that taking oral contraceptives is one of the simplest and most effective ways a woman can reduce her risk of ovarian cancer, the deadliest gynecologic disease. Yesterday's ruling may make it more difficult for women employed by these companies choosing to lower their cancer risk by taking oral contraceptives to have affordable access to this medication. Bright Pink believes that every woman has the right to make personal decisions about her own healthcare. We have noted the Obama Administration's statement that they will continue to seek avenues to ensure that all women have access to ...
Sent to Congressman Eric Paulsen: Forword: three adults in my household vote, and will not be in support of conservative policies as being dictated by the Tea Party to the Republican Party. I'm writing on behalf of my three daughters and the two adult women who live in my household, in your District. None of us will benefit from yesterday's ruling by the Supreme Court that a business owner's religious beliefs trump settled law in any case, but especially in regards to a woman's choice to use contraceptives. I know that the current Congress will do nothing to reverse the Health Care mandates of the Affordable Care Act. I have a proposition for you to consider instead. Would you amend the AFA to mandate that employers pay for child care, if they have a religious objection to the use of contraception? This will come in handy about a year from now. Thank you, and don't forget: we vote.
Southern Baptists prayed Wednesday that the Supreme Court would rule in favor of the Green family, the evangelical owners of the Hobby Lobby craft chain that challenged the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
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The brief argues that the Affordable Care Act violates the constitutional requirement that “bills for raising revenue†originate in the House. In its decision upholding Obamacare, the Supreme Court defined the health-care programs penalty for non-compliance as a tax. The Justice Department has argued that the ACA began in the House, but the lawsuit points out that the House bill that became Obamacare originally dealt with housing tax credits for veterans. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid removed the bills language and replaced it with the ACA language in a process known as gut and amend. By a voice vote of 416-0, the House passed the bill on October 8, 2009, and the enrolled version was eight pages long, says the brief. About one month later, on November 19, 2009, the Senate struck every single word of H.R. 3590, deleted any reference to members of the military or home-ownership tax breaks, and substituted a 2,074-page amendment that we now know as the ACA. There are 7 versions of Bill Number H ...
Stand with Jeff. Donate right now! the election results are in -- and we now know who will be taking on Senator Merkley this fall. The Republican nominee is Monica Wehby. Here's what you need to know: She has been a national activist against the Affordable Care Act. She's called for repeal of Health Care Reform, and she'd put the insurance companies back in charge. Wehby is opposed to raising the federal Minimum Wage and making work pay for millions of Americans. She supports restrictions on a woman's right to choose and would support Supreme Court Justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade. And she's won the support of some of America's most radical anti-choice activists. The bottom line? When asked, Wehby couldn't name a single thing that she disagreed about with Republicans in the Senate. So, it's no surprise that the Washington DC establishment and their SuperPAC pals are so enthusiastic about Monica Wehby. Senator Mitch Mcconnell, who calls himself the "guardian of gridlock," is 100% all-in for Wehb ...
BLACKMAIL OF THE Supreme CourT Chief Justice? U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts may have been blackmailed to approve O'BASTARDcare after being spied on by the NSA and CIA, says Larry Klayman, the attorney who has come to be known as “the NSA slayer” for his successful legal battles against the National Security Agency. During an appearance Sunday night on Aaron Klein’s New York City radio show on 970 The Answer, Klayman suggested the blackmail possibility when asked by a caller if the Supreme Court could be sued for its approval of the Affordable Care Act. “Unfortunately, there’s no way to sue the Supreme Court for decisions that it makes. There should be, and there should be a way to remove these justices for making decisions like that,” explained Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch who now heads Freedom Watch. “But let’s take this possibility: Why did Chief Justice Roberts at the eleventh hour change his decision??? He was going to side with the other justices and find that O'BASTARDcar ...
The amendment to which these senators allude is Sen. Tom Davis's [District 46- Beaufort] failed amendment that would have banned any future expansion of Medicaid, barred the creation of a state health exchange, and have Navigators pay to register with the Department of Insurance, as well as any entity that had hired navigators, in addition to other ridiculous provisions- effectively nullifying the Affordable Care Act in South Carolina. A direct quote from the Thursday, May 8th, State Senate Journal. "Statement by Senators Larry A. Martin [District 2- Pickens] and [THOMAS] ALEXANDER [District 1- Oconee] We reluctantly voted to table this amendment. We oppose the Affordable Care Act and will continue to vigorously support efforts to prevent South Carolina from creating a Health Care exchange or expanding medicaid under Obamacare. These are the two actions or decisions that the U.S. Supreme Court left to the states when it ruled on the challenge to Obamacare. In all candor, the only other legislative action ...
Talk about stepping into the thick of it! I am on my way to DePaul Law School this evening to engage in a conversation with a class on some of the ethical dimensions of the Affordable Care Act of 2010. Yes, “people have the responsibility of caring for themselves if they can,” (Heritage Foundation). Yes, it’s inexcusable that in a nation like the USA there are tens of millions of citizens without access to affordable healthcare. Yes, there are structural limitations and implementation issues inherent in the current proposal. Ethics is about, among other things, the quality of our deliberation on the tensions of these yeses, while we keep moving forward on the decisions of the House, the Senate and the U.S. Supreme Court. I expect to do a lot of listening and learning.
Fixing Government: Grand Jury Presentments What recourse do the people of America have when every branch of government, and the bureaus, departments and agencies we have entrusted with maintaining law and order under the the US Constitution are filled with incompetent and negligent elected and appointed officials to such an extent that many should be considered criminals, who have no regard for the rule of law? Obama has stated on several occasions how he will bypass Congress by Executive Order (and has done just that on many occasions), to accomplish his social Utopian policies and goals. Just as Congress passed the unconstitutional Federal Reserve Act in 1913, so to did they pass the unconstitutional Affordable Care Act, never having read or vigorously debated it, which was then signed into law by the President. It even survived a Supreme Court challenge, after Justice Roberts changed a few words and then declared the act a tax; even though, a first year law student can see how blatantly unconstitutiona ...
The Mustang, Okla., school board voted Monday (April 14) to adopt a Bible course developed by Steve Green, clearing the way for the Hobby Lobby president, whose suit against the Affordable Care Act is currently before the U.S. Supreme Court, to enter another charged arena at the borderline of church…
Do the laws apply to each and everyone? (This is the dumbest question of the year! Of course we all know the laws only apply to those of us who dare disagree with this administration. Those who go along to get along are exempt from them.) my comment Recognizing the wholly transparent Left-bend of the Los Angeles Times, a comment in a staff writer’s recent article about the Hobby Lobby religious freedom case was catching. For some background, Hobby Lobby is owned by an openly religious family who refuses to succumb to Obama’s Affordable Care Act mandates they must provide birth control and abortion products to their employees. While it’s the Green family that practices the religious beliefs; four years ago, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in the Citizens United case that corporations have full freedom of speech rights (in election campaigns). Thus, Hobby Lobby is arguing that it can hold the same religious beliefs too. Naturally Obama and Co. are not going to let that happen so as of ...
March 31, 2014 Hobby Lobby Case by Kerby Anderson Last week the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case involving Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties. Although we won't know the verdict until June, it is likely that the justices have already voted on this case and are writing their opinions now. We can hope and pray they make the right decision. It is important to remind everyone that these two businesses have no problem with providing Health Insurance to their employees. Many consider the Health Care policy offered by Hobby Lobby to be quite good in coverage. Their concern is with the mandate issued through the Affordable Care Act that also requires that they provide abortifacient contraceptives (such as Plan B or Ella). The plaintiffs are challenging the mandate issued by the Department of Health and Human Services under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This bill passed the House unanimously, passed 97-3 in the Senate, and was signed by President Bill Clinton. One would think that it ...
Governor Dannel P. Malloy of Connecticut on CNBC's "Squawk Box" discussing the Supreme Court's ruling of the Affordable Care Act. Friday, June 29, 2012
Judge Andrew Napolitano was on “The Kelly File” tonight to discuss a Supreme Court case on a key challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
In an appearance on MSNBC on Tuesday ahead of oral arguments before the Supreme Court in a case brought by the retailer Hobby Lobby against the government’s directive in the Affordable Care Act to mandate covering certain forms of birth control, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) said that the firm was being...
Rick Warren on the First Amendment’s freedom of religion and why the Supreme Court must let Hobby Lobby opt out of paying for Affordable Care Act provisions on contraception.
Please PRAY for our Supreme Court. Today they are hearing a landmark case that will affect every American. Below is my editorial published by the Washington Post yesterday. Please read it, like it, and share it with everyone today. This is a critical day for your freedom. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IS AMERICA’S FIRST FREEDOM Does our Constitution guarantee the freedom of religion, or does it merely allow a more limited freedom to worship? The difference is profound. Worship is an event. Religion is a way of life. Specifically, does the First Amendment guarantee believers of all faiths the freedom to practice their ethics, educate their children and operate family businesses based on their religious beliefs, moral convictions and freedom of conscience? Do Americans have the freedom to place our beliefs and ethics at the center of our business practices — or must we ignore them when we form a company? These questions will be brought before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The outcome of Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby will ...
Later this month, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that has arisen as society tries to reconcile corporate rights with religious liberty. Brush up on your legal arguments with the newest Cato Institute ebook, Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, a comprehensive primer on religious accommodation in the context of the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate:
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January 20, 2014 4:00 AM A Strike at the Heart of Obamacare A case against IPAB is heard by the Ninth Circuit — and eventually by the Supreme Court? By Quin Hillyer Archive Latest RSS Send . Print Text Comments 80 Conservatives distressed by a major Federal Court ruling Tuesday in favor of Obamacare should take heart: What might be an even more potent challenge to the law is scheduled for oral argument on January 28. Tuesday’s decision in Halbig v. Sebelius, by D.C. federal-district-court judge Paul Friedman, shoots down (for now) one of several pending challenges to an Internal Revenue Service rule providing insurance-premium subsidies even to residents of states that do not establish insurance “exchanges” under Obamacare. Conservatives have put lots of stock in these challenges, because without the subsidies the entire Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) becomes far less attractive and therefore politically even less sustainable than it already is. While the challenges to the subs ...
The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily exempted two Catholic Church-affiliated nonprofits from requirements to provide contraceptive coverage to its employees under the Affordable Care Act. Justice Sonia Sotomayor issued a brief order late Tuesday. Find out what this could mean for other religious groups that have filed separate appeals around the country:
Happy New Year everyone! If you're up with us this morning on The Early show I'll have the latest on a decision by a U.S. Supreme Court Justice affecting the Affordable Care Act today, marijuana sales kick off in the new year in Colorado, and more on some New Years traditions many people celebrate with. In sports I'll have highlights from some New Years Eve games, including your Amarillo Bulls! - Heather Geller NewsChannel 10
OBAMA REPEALS OBAMACARE This is long, but it's the most positive and realistic analysis I've read! If you're serious, you'll read it, too, and pass it on! The Wall Street Journal "It seems Nancy Pelosi was wrong when she said "we have to pass" ObamaCare to "find out what's in it." No one may ever know because the White House keeps treating the Affordable Care Act's text as a mere suggestion subject to day-to-day revision. Its latest political retrofit is the most brazen: President Obama is partly suspending the Individual Mandate. The White House argued at the Supreme Court that the insurance-purchase mandate was not only constitutional but essential to the law's success, while refusing Republican demands to delay or repeal it. But late on Thursday, with only four days to go before the December enrollment deadline, the Health and Human Services Department decreed that millions of Americans are suddenly exempt. Individuals whose health plans were canceled will now automatically qualify for a "hardship exe ...
Podcast Alert!! Supreme Court Review's latest podcast covering the Court this week has been posted. Reporters take an in-depth look at 4 cases. The first asks whether the religious owners of a family business, or their closely-held, for-profit corporation, have free exercise rights that are violated by the application of the contraceptive-coverage Mandate of the Affordable Care Act. Our Leslie Mehta reports. Then reporter Bill Pruitt looks at whether the Florida scheme for identifying mentally retarded defendants in capital cases violates Atkins v. Virginia, wherein the Supreme Court held that executing mentally retarded individuals violates the Eighth Amendment's ban on cruel and unusual punishments. The question in the third case: Was there an adequate security-based rationale for moving an anti-Bush group farther away from President Bush while he was dining on an outdoor patio than a pro-Bush group or did such actions by several Secret Service agents constitute viewpoint discrimination in violation of ...
Las Vegas Sun - GOP needs more of Sandoval, Christie - Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, a Republican, has expanded the federal-state Medicaid program and has embraced a state-based Health Insurance Exchange. Sandoval said, “When the Supreme Court upheld the (Affordable Care Act), every state and every American was forced to abide by it.”
ROBERT B. REICH, Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, was Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration. Time Magazine named him one of the ten most effective cabinet secretaries of the twentieth century. He has written thirteen books, including the best sellers “Aftershock" and “The Work of Nations." His latest, "Beyond Outrage," is now out in paperback. He is also a founding editor of the American Prospect magazine and chairman of Common Cause. His new film, "Inequality for All," is now in theaters. How the Republican Tempest Over the Affordable Care Act Diverts Attention from Three Large Truths Friday, November 22, 2013 Having failed to defeat the Affordable Care Act in Congress, to beat it back in the last election, to repeal it despite more than eighty votes in the House, to stop it in the Federal Courts, to get enough votes in the Supreme Court to overrule it, and to gut it with outright extortion (closing the government and threatening to def ...
PPACA: Three HR compliance challenges for 2013 and beyond With the Supreme Court decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) now nearly a year behind us, employers have moved full-speed ahead, spending this year proactively strategizing and preparing to ensure that their Health Care plans and benefits administration are in full PPACA compliance heading into 2014. “It’s been estimated that Federal Government regulations implementing the Health Care Reform law already number in excess of 20,000 pages, with even more in the works. The volume and complexity of these regulations represents a huge and unprecedented compliance burden for employers,” says Jim O’Connell, Ceridian Washington insider and executive consultant. Given the complexity and HR compliance challenges facing employers this year, there are many key PPACA issues employers need to keep in mind. Below are three important compliance-related considerations for company leaders. 1. Will you “Play or Pay”? “ ...
Has President Obama confused you? He sure has me. Here's my Weekly Comments. Confusion reins on Health Insurance Nov.10, 2013 COLUMBUS: Are you confused? I sure am, and I’m the first to admit it. President Obama has been saying for three years that if you like your Health Care plan you can keep it. If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. Period. Exclamation point! Before the Affordable Care Act passed, Speaker Pelosi announced that Congress had to pass it before we could find out what was in it. Now it appears that President Obama still hasn’t found out what’s in it. I rather doubt Mrs. Pelosi knows either. President Obama said he is sorry that millions of people are losing their Health Insurance after he assured them otherwise. But he still did not apologize for misleading the public in the first place, and for doing it consistently for more than three years. If he had come clean after the bill was signed and finally passed muster with the Supreme Court (after changing the word “penalty ...
Charles Blow in The Times reports that Rand Paul said, after the Supreme Court affirmed the Affordable Care Act: "just because a couple people on the Supreme Court declare something to be constitutional, does not make it so." (Tea Party logic). Reminds me of a cartoon many years ago in the New Yorker (yes, the New Yorker) that depicts a man throwing down the newspaper and saying to his wife "What we need is a SUPREME Supreme Court." Ugh
This incredibly thorough and well researched post was put together by Donald Jensen! Thanks. Historical Facts about the Current Government Shutdown and Impending Default with Citations In January of 1989 (While Reagan was still president) the republicans published a paper outlining a healthcar overhaul plan that included much of what is in todays Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act, also known as Obamacare October of 1989, they expanded the paper into a book was created more than 4 years before anyone even heard of Bill and Hillary Clinton, pushed for this plan over the course of 2 decades, and they even supported this plan as late as 2008 the democrats agreed to adopt this plan, the GOP suddenly (and at that point only) decided the plan was unconstitutional and posed a grave threat to the nation. And refused to support any aspect of it They sued in the Supreme Court but lost ran presidential candidate who opposed the Affordable Care Act even though he had passed a nearly identical law in the State ...
Obama's Eligibility Under the Constitution Maybe the Key to Compromising Obamacare - Can you hear us, Speaker Boehner? The fog has cleared and Americans are waking up to the pain of Obamacare, just like the Patriot Act became everything that wasn't patriotic, Obamacare has become Health Care that is not affordable and has everything to do with the money. At least the U.S. Supreme Court got that right- its a tax alright- and the mother-of-all-giant taxes. As details are coming out about the penalties American's, especially young Americans are realizing their hopes and dreams have no way of every coming about. As a Small Businessman, I have first hand realized the scrimping and saving here and there a little to finally afford or invest in a small piece of business equipment and how hard that was. Ask how many young Americans have a savings account that is equal to 1% of their income and you'll find out just how hard all those people who are under 50,000 are going to be impacted. Health Insurance as a mandat ...
It seems to me that Obamacare is a law. Whether you like it or not. "The Republicans ignored the fact that the Affordable Care Act was approved by both houses of Congress, was signed by the president, was declared constitutional by a conservative Supreme Court and was at least indirectly endorsed by the American People in their sweeping 2012 re-election of Obama over Republican Mitt Romney in an election in which Health Care was a major issue. The GOP has made 40 legislative attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which is its right. It also tried to get rid of Obamacare through the courts and through the elective process, which were also its right. But tying the defunding of Obamacare to passage of the federal budget was a disgraceful, unacceptable tactic, and it has led to a government shutdown that is damaging to the American People, the economy and the United States' reputation in the world." - newstimes.com
The individual Health Insurance mandate is constitutional, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday, upholding the central provision of President Barack Obama's signature Affordable Care Act. The 5-4 majority opinion, written by Chief Justice John Roberts, upheld the mandate as a tax, although concluded it was not valid as an exercise of Congress' Commerce Clause power. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan joined in the majority.
We have already had this fight in the 2012 Presidential Election! I feel like I am in the movie Ground Hog's Day. If the Affordable Care Act (aka "Obamacare",which has been law for 3 1/2 years) is so bad let it fail on it's own. Why spend in excess of 1 Billion Dollars to repeal a law, by misleading the public, which the Supreme Court ruled was constitutional, AND Obama won his reelection that centered around keeping the Affordable Care Act? Because they know it is not going to fail. Now the GOP in Congress are demanding everything that Mitt Romney had already proposed and lost the election on and if President Obama does not meet those same demands of Mitt Romney's, you're going to shut down the Government!! Get over it, you lost! Quit sabotaging the American People for the sake of the corporations! The American People have VOTED!!
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A lib was compelled to share all of Obama's accomplishments with me tonight. Very impressive, don't you think??? Appointed first Latina to U.S. Supreme Court - Oh, yeah, she's a GREAT one. U.S. aid to organizations that support abortion - Obama is proud of this. Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act - Just like Nanny Bloomberg. Nuclear arms pact with Russia - Have you watched the news lately? Pretty sure Putin thinks Obama is the biggest moron that ever breathed. First president to endorse same sex marriage - Yes, great accomplishment. Restoring protection against pay discrimination for women - Let's take a poll of the women in the country and see if they've gotten a pay raise since Obama was elected in '08, shall we? Provided travel expenses to families of fallen soldiers to be on hand when their bodies arrive at Dover - Wow, what a guy. Now let's talk about how he's screwed over the living and breathing members of our military since 2008. Our armed service members loathe Obama and everything ...
Currently our illustrious Canadian Senator Ted Cruz is on the Senate floor blabbing that he will talk about defunding Obama Care until he is no longer able to do so! This clown has so far compared his crusade (or should I say coup d'etat) against the Affordable Care Act passed by congress and reaffirmed by the Supreme Court to the struggle of the Civil War? Is he serious, to compare the bloodiest war in our history to his attempt to deny citizens the ability to purchase Health Insurance? Which is so much cheaper on everyone because the county hospitals in almost every state are funded with property tax dollars! He has compared supporters of Obama Care to the Nazis! This 1st term senator who barely won his election has truly lost his mind! Even if Obama Care does become a disaster (which from current data it will be hugely successful) why would a United States Senator be willing to go to such extreme lengths to deny millions of Americans to purchase affordable Health Insurance? If it does fail at least so ...
The Washington Times picked up an idiotic interesting quote from the botoxed lips of Mrs. Nancy Pelosi. Apparently the 4th of July isn’t just for celebrating freedom anymore. That’s right. Mrs.Pelosi thinks we should also shoot off a firework or two for indentured servitude Obamacare. “Next week, when we celebrate Independence Day we’ll also be observing health independence,” Pelosi told reporters today. This week marks one year since the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act. It captures the spirit of our founders,” she added, citing the Preamble to the Declaration of Independence.”So, we’ve had Social Security, Medicare, and now health independence, so that’s something our members will take home to celebrate over this Independence Day.” Health independence? Funny how the Democrats define “health independence” as dependence on the government. Pelosi also didn’t miss the opportunity to blame Republicans for the Obama-proposed sequestration cuts. “If Paul Revere were here ...
This week in National Healthcare June 27, 2013 “DOMA Ruling Will Have Effect On Healthcare For LGBT Americans. The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act is dominating headlines, but a few outlets managed to focus on the impact the ruling will have on healthcare in the United States. For example, as the Washington Post (6/27, Kliff) “Wonkblog” reports, the Affordable Care Act has a “supporting role” in Wednesday’s Supreme Court ruling the overturned the Defense of Marriage Act: “to require the feds to recognize that same-sex marriages now changes how the Health Law’s insurance expansion works.” For same-sex couples, being counted as “one family unit” can change whether they qualify for various benefits under the law. A Jackson Hewitt analysis says, “For example, same-sex partners who each have an income of $40,000 may be eligible for the premium assistance tax credits under the ACA – but only if they remain single.” Similarly, the NPR (6/27, Neel) ...
Gov. Jan Brewer says Arizona will expand Medicaid Last edited Mon Jan 14, 2013, 10:15 PM USA/ET - Edit history (1) Source: Deseret News PHOENIX — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Monday that she plans to expand the state's Medicaid program to cover citizens who earn up to 133 percent of the poverty line. The Republican governor made the announcement in her annual State of the State speech in which she also outlined plans to boost funding for Child Protective Services and to push for the Legislature to reform the state's sales tax collection system this year. Brewer said the decision on Medicaid came in spite of her recent opposition to the federal Health Care law known as the Affordable Care Act. One provision in the law allows for states to increase the program with federal support. The governor cited President Barack Obama's re-election and last summer's U.S. Supreme Court ruling in saying that the law is here to stay. The Supreme Court did give states the option of not signing on to the expansion. But Br ...
From the desk of Mike Huckabee: Dear Reader, The ObamaCare Survival Guide has topped the list of best-selling health books on amazon.com and Barnes and Noble's. ObamaCare Survival Guide: The Affordable Care Act and What It Means for You and Your Healthcare is the first comprehensive but easy-to-understand road map of the 2,700-page healthcare law. "Since the Supreme Court has ruled that ObamaCare's the law of the land, we felt it was important to let people know what's in this law," author Nick Tate tells Newsmax. "Many provisions have already rolled out and there are many more to come so it's not an overstatement to say that this law will affect everyone in this country." You need to know the full details of this law. The Guide reveals: How currently insured Americans will be affected by rising premium costs and other factors. New rules and funding cuts for Medicare New protections for the uninsured Hidden fees and levies New taxes for the affluent New requirements and tax credits for Small Businesses Ne ...
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett (R) announced Tuesday that his state will turn down the Medicaid expansion, becoming the first governor of a blue state to officially say no to the coverage provision of the Affordable Care Act that the Supreme Court made optional.
Are You Prepared to Survive ObamaCare? Warning: What You Don't Know About ObamaCare Could Hurt You . . . As an American, the ramifications of ObamaCare will soon hit you — whether you are retired or still working, unemployed or a business owner, robustly healthy or suffering from some pre-existing medical condition. For better or worse, the Supreme Court has ruled President Barack Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act constitutional; major provisions of the Act are set to start shortly. The only reasonable course of action now is to be prepared for the big changes coming, because these changes will hit ill-prepared Americans hard. These changes will not only affect how much your Health Insurance, medical treatment, and prescription drugs will cost you and your family . . . They will also affect the type and quality of healthcare you can expect to get in the near future. Shockingly, 40% of doctors plan to stop practicing clinical medicine under ObamaCare. Plus, with 30 million more Americans ...
Survival of 'Obamacare' Tops List of Biggest Health News in 2012 Other headlines included steroid/meningitis outbreak, demise of the routine PSA test FRIDAY, Dec. 28 (HealthDay News) -- With millions of Americans watching and waiting, the U.S. Supreme Court largely upheld the Obama Administration's Health Care Reform legislation, making the survival of "Obamacare" this year's top health news story. President Barack Obama's election to a second term also solidified the 2010 Affordable Care Act as a fact in American life, with new Congressional moves against the package now deemed unlikely. But it was the Supreme Court's 5-to-4 decision in June that "cleared the way for implementation [of reform] to proceed," Karen Pollitz, a senior fellow with the Kaiser Family Foundation in Washington, D.C., told HealthDay at the time. The U.S. Congressional Budget Office estimates that the rolls of the uninsured will decline by up to 33 million people by 2016 -- about a 50 percent reduction -- thanks to the legislation. ...
The Grand Canyon Institute has released a comprehensive evaluation of the options that Governor Jan Brewer has regarding Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Care Act in light of the recent Supreme Court decision National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius.
Call for more Black and Latino medical students Doctors shortage expected to worsen with surge of new patients By Akeya Dickson NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) -- As more people become covered as a result of the Affordable Care Act recently upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, the current shortage of physicians is expected to worsen, according to medical experts. "We have a looming shortage of primary care physicians in this country," said Esther Dyer, executive director of National Medical Fellowships. "Within the next five to six years there will be a shortage of at least 40,000 primary care physicians." But that was expected before the landmark court decision that paves the way for 32 million newly-insured Americans to begin receiving health services. The Association of American Medical Colleges now says the physician shortage is "projected to climb to more than 90,000 by 2020." Physician shortage is hardly a news flash but certainly a reality now. Health Care professionals and advocates . ...
Several lawsuits pending in Federal Courts are challenging the Affordable Care Act and its provisions. Such challenges, including one filed by the Pacific Legal Foundation, could prompt the Supreme Court to review the health reform law once again. USA Today, National Journal.
NOW Calls on Supreme Court to Rule in Favor of Marriage Equality December 7, 2012 The National Organization for Women applauds the Supreme Court for taking up the issue of marriage equality. The justices announced today that they would hear arguments in two such cases, one involving California's Proposition 8 and another addressing the Federal Government's Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). NOW has taken strong stands against both laws, which restrict marriage to one man and one woman. "Prop 8 and DOMA are blatantly unconstitutional. The Supreme Court has stated before that marriage is a fundamental right. The next logical step is for the court to recognize that this right applies equally to same-sex couples," said NOW President Terry O'Neill. "Since Chief Justice John Roberts took his seat, the court's record on politically-charged issues is not particularly promising; but the justices' decision upholding the Affordable Care Act shows that the Roberts Court is capable of making the right call." Nearly two d ...
A lawsuit brought by Liberty University challenging part of the Affordable Care Act s (Obamacare) requirement for employers to fund birth control through insurance for employees has been given new life. Fox News reported that the Supreme Court on Monday ordered 4th Circuit...
Another challenge to the Affordable Care Act (2010), or "Obamacare," can continue, the Supreme Court ruled Monday. Liberty University, a private Christian university in Lynchburg, Va., founded by the Rev. Jerry Falwell, sued over the law's requirements that certain employers provide Health Insurance...
Here are the main features of Health Care Reform (Obama Care, Affordable Care Act); 1. No discrimination for pre-existing conditions - effective 2014 2. Patients Bill of Rights - phase in by 2014 3. Cap on insurance company rate increases - currently in effect 4. Free preventive care for seniors - currently in effect 5. Donut hole closure for medicare - already started, will be complete by 2014 6. Only those without Health Insurance will have to buy it. 1 % effect on the public - effective 2014 (Individual Mandate - upheld by Supreme Court) 7. Tax credit for Small Businesses It's so sad that people who don't have a clue about the law are against it. It shows you how effective the propaganda has been against this law. And it is a a law, that's why the plan is over 2,000 pages, so that it can be administered as law to protect us, not as an insurance policy as the propaganda would like you to believe. Oh and by the way, there are no death panels in the law. Observing I ask how a company is currently having t ...
Gov. Bill Haslam is undecided, at last report, about whether to take advantage of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling and block Medicaid expansion that was initially required under the Affordable Care Act, be
Well Romney was a bust, but hopefully the Supreme Court can overturn the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Obama for president OUR OPINION: Romney’s contradictory positions raise questions about his intentions BY THE MIAMI HERALD EDITORIAL Given the avalanche of mudslinging in the presidential race, voters can easily forget that both President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney have positive stories to tell about themselves and their records.For President Obama, it includes ending the war in Iraq, which seemed like mission impossible when he took office. It includes beginning the wind-down of U.S. involvement in Afghanistan that began when today’s high school seniors entered first grade. He made a gutsy call to get Osama bin Laden.Saving the car industry was an equally tough call, and a good one. And the much-maligned Affordable Care Act ensures that Americans won’t go broke just because they get sick. He found two well-qualified women for the Supreme Court and got them confirmed without too much fuss.No one’s happy with the pace of the recovery, but the president deserves credit for start ...
Just saw an ad in Salt Lake City where Mitt Romney endorses Orin Hatch - no surprise but in the ad Mitt says that the Affordable Care Act (aka "Obamacare") is unconstitutional. I guess he doesn't believe in the Supreme Court.
I noticed a lot of people said they're still undecided after last nights debate. My advice, take it or leave it, is to do the research yourself and not take anyone's word for it. I have. Not 3rd party rhetoric or partisan spin, but each candidate's actual political record. That being said, and based on their records, Romney and Ryan are dogmatic in their promotion of a corporate oligarchic state with little or no regard for the rich, let alone the middle class and poor. They are for a ruling elite with total reign over the masses, the 1 over the 99. They endorse and extol white male supremacy, overt sexism, subtle racism, homophobia, extreme social stratification, and a return to Cold War politics. They are puppet regime put together by hard right neocons who will infiltrate the Supreme Court to overturn Roe vs. Wade, The Affordable Care Act, Affirmative Action, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. They will lead through fear and build personal wealth through the declaration of war and global imperialism. ...
Senator Paul wrote an op-ed blasting the Supreme Court's decision that upheld the Affordable Care Act.
Oh Great, More Taxes S.E.Cupp: New York Daily News columnist and MSNBC Host “The Supreme Court just gave its imprimatur to a bill that only 26% of Americans wanted upheld, according to a recent Washington Post/ABC News poll. In addition to the 42% who wanted the entire law tossed out, a whopping 67% opposed the signature piece of President Obama's Affordable Care Act, the Individual Mandate. This is all perfectly within the court's purview, of course, and if anything, it's clear that the Supreme Court is not as easily influenced by politics or popular opinion as Democrats preemptively insisted it would be. But it's certainly a surprising verdict. As for spin, it's inarguably great news for the president and his reelection campaign and bad news for Republicans and Mitt Romney, who will try to argue that this decision will only fire up the conservative base. It will, in the short term, but when Romney pivots off Health Care (which will happen sooner than later) it's hard to say whether this ruling alone w ...
Remember the debt ceiling hostage drama? Do we really want a Senate that would repeal Affordable Care Act & Dodd-Frank, and confirm Robert Bork for the Supreme Court...?
The US Supreme Court opens its 2012-2013 term Monday with Justice Anthony Kennedy again the likely Swing Vote. But given his vote on the Affordable Care Act, Chief Justice John Roberts may not be predictably conservative either.
Video on msnbc.com: The Up w/ Chris Hayes panelists talk about how Chief Justice Roberts has led the Supreme Court, and what is in store for the future after this year’s outcome on President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Chief Justice John Roberts, wary of the potential repercussions should he have cast the deciding vote to nullify the entire Affordable Care Act, backed away from his initial desire to overturn the law for fear that doing so would strip the Supreme Court of its nonpartisan authority.
Pacific Legal Foundation challenges Affordable Care Act as tax: In a new spin to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling i...
Get ready to be blindsided by a barrage of new taxes. $569 billion worth. They'll be coming courtesy of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. And they won't just be affecting those who make over $250,000. The bulk of these taxes will be passed on directly to the middle class. That's because while a majority of these "stealth taxes" were designed to be taxes on businesses, they will actually be transferred directly to ordinary citizens. "Many of those [hidden] taxes, especially those on hospitals, insurers and medical device manufacturers, will ultimately be passed on through higher health costs. According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), 76% of those who stand to be slapped with the penalty (the Supreme Court calls it a tax) for not carrying insurance are those earning less than $120,000. The penalty for the average American family is $4,700 a year in new taxes. Other new Obamacare taxes will hit drug companies (totaling $27 billion), and medical device makers ($20 billion), as w ...
Stephen H. Groff August 22 My state ofFlorida chooses ideology over health! The evil Republican Gov. Rick Scott and his right wing Republican extremists in the legislature put their hatred of Pres. Obama and Health Care Reform ahead of Florida's poor children! With their ideological purity they turned down a 4.9 million dollar federal grant tied to the Affordable Care Act when the Republican majority Legislature refused to allow the money to be spent. We fought them all the way up to the Supreme Court, spending a lot of taxpayers money, where they again lost but still they refuse to accept the Health Care money or to prepare to carry out the legally mandated reforms. Shame on them and the Republicans! Because of this Floridians suffer. Remember this when you vote. :(:( Share Jane Consolo Reprehensible. Morally bankrupt. Laura Song But it only affects poor kids that can't vote so what's the problem, Doc? Stephen H. Groff Oddly enough even though their parents can vote, they also vote against their own best ...
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I get all warm & tingly when I think of these "religious" individuals that represent the GOP. Ralph Reed, Chairman, Faith and Freedom Coalition: We will "bathe the entire week with prayer" and dedicate the fall election to "the Lord." "We feel very strongly that America hangs in the balance,” Reed said. He also enlisted Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum to record messages that will be used in 4 million robocalls. Newt Gingrich: "Unlike Barack Obama," Gingrich said, "[Romney] understands that our grant comes from God." "I believe Barack Obama is a direct threat to the survival of the country I know and love." Gingrich called Obama a "pro-abortion extremist" falsely claiming that the Democratic Party platform called for late-term, taxpayer-funded abortions. And, perhaps new for Gingrich, he claimed that abortion was murder. Michele Bachmann: In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision upholding the Affordable Care Act, "there's only one option left for America to remain free -- and that's at the ballot box. ...
Victor Dzau, M.D., President and CEO of Duke University Health System, and Chancellor for Health Affairs at Duke University, comments on Supreme Court's decision today regarding the Affordable Care Act.
Dear Editor: Sen. Ron Johnson called the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act “wrong” and appealed in...
Ronald Dworkin on why the US Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act -
Why did Mit Romney speaking to the NAACP yesterday chose to call the Affordable Care Act, which the Supreme Court recently considered, Obamacare?
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie labeled the Medicaid penalty in the Affordable Care Act “extortion,” saying that he was pleased the Supreme Court ruled against that kind of approach “even when done by the president of the United States.” “First of all, I was glad that th...
There are still a lot of questions about last week's 5-4 Supreme Court decision upholding the Affordable Care Act . What does this mean for the Commerce Clause? How many states will refuse to expand Medicare ? What does it say about John Roberts ?
Republicans may have renewed reason to think well of Chief Justice John Roberts. Mitt Romney argued Wednesday that Roberts' Supreme Court ruling uncovered Barack Obama's hidden tax in the Affordable Care Act while simultaneously proving that Romney's similarly designed measure in his Massachusetts h...
I just signed a petition to The Texas State House, The Texas State Senate, and Governor Rick Perry: The Supreme Court recently upheld the Affordable Care Act, and we are demanding that our Governor and Texas Legislature begin a full implementation of the law. The insurance exchanges need to be up an...
UPDATED: JULY 3, 2012 9:22 PM EST Letters to the editor: Politicking from altar criticized ERIE TIMES-NEWS On a recent Sunday at Mass, we were treated to a visiting priest and a political speech in place of a homily. This traveling padre drew upon the acclaimed story "A Christmas Carol" to garner support for Erie Catholic Bishop Donald Trautman's pending litigation against the Affordable Care Act. Somehow the ghost of Christmas past was to serve as a metaphor for previous Supreme Court rulings on abortion, women's rights and birth control to illustrate the slippery slope of moral decay and its culmination in President Obama. Although there were no Mitt Romney signs taped to the altar, the strategy is familiar. Every election cycle, someone is tapped to give the Republican stump speech during the homily. I believe in the Catholic tradition. I believe personally that abortion is wrong. I also believe that a theocracy, whether Islamic, evangelical, Catholic, Mormon, Druid or Wicken, is antithetical to very b ...
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