Gender Politics Update

As of midday today, my state is no longer the only one in New England without "gender identity" language in the state's anti-discrimination law. That's what's in the area's headlines tonight and it's what will lead the area's news stories tomorrow. What you probably won't hear is that my state representatives voted on two other … Continue reading Gender Politics Update

Health Insurance: Big Spikes and Little Things

My local Sunday paper had an above-the-fold headline the other day: "Obamacare rate could see big spike in NH next year." This refers only to my state, where an unidentified government official leaked to the press a document projecting an average Obamacare-exchange premium rate increase of 44%. The headline could easily have said "another spike." … Continue reading Health Insurance: Big Spikes and Little Things

Hyde Amendment turns 40, much to Clinton’s annoyance

Not long after Roe v. Wade federalized abortion policy, Members of Congress led by Henry Hyde moved to prevent federal funds from being used for abortions. The Hyde Amendment was finally added to the Medicaid program as a rider to the Health and Human Services budget on September 30, 1976. The rider has been added in … Continue reading Hyde Amendment turns 40, much to Clinton’s annoyance

An Update from NC Man On Obamacare Struggle

By A.P. Dillon A few weeks back, I posted a letter from a man in North Carolina struggling with Obamacare. That article entitled, #Obamacare Coverage: “Play the game” (aka lie), detailed the problem that exists in qualifying for the subsidy based on earnings and related ramifications therein. In that letter and op-ed North Carolina citizen, Tim Wolhford, shared with … Continue reading An Update from NC Man On Obamacare Struggle