My must read of the day is “New health insurance marketplaces signing up few uninsured Americans, two surveys find,” in the Washington Post.
The White House announced another Obamacare delay late Wednesday, a move that will let health insurance companies to continue offering plans that do not comply with the standards set by the Affordable Care Act.
The Wall Street Journal reports:
The Obama administration further postponed a provision of the Affordable Care Act on Wednesday, the latest in a series of changes that have delayed or pared back the health overhaul so much that many of its ambitious goals won’t be achieved during its first years in full effect. […]
My must read of the day is “Republicans Place the Wrong Bet,” by Charles M. Blow, in the New York Times.
My must read of the day is “Mr. Ryan’s Small Ideas on Poverty,” by the editorial board of the New York Times.
My must read of the day is “Conservative Group Counters Criticism of Ad Against Health Law,” in the New York Times.
My must read of the day is “Hundreds of Students Arrested at White House Protesting Keystone XL,” in the Huffington Post.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday called Russia’s invasion of Crimea “a stunning willful choice by President Putin to invade another country.”
I watched Thursday’s Care Innovation Summit. The thing I paid most attention to: HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius praising incentives in the 2009 stimulus for changing the landscape of medical care.
My must read of the day is “Outrage Over Sexist Remarks Turns Into a Political Fund-Raising Tool,” in the New York Times.
My must read of the day is “Can Obamacare Avoid a Consumer Rebellion?” in National Journal.