Skip to comments.Insurance market in W.Va. will have one company
Posted on 09/13/2013 6:55:41 AM PDT by 11th_VAEdited on 09/13/2013 7:00:59 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Only one company will participate in West Virginia’s new individual health insurance marketplace.
Media outlets report that Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and Carelink/Coventry applied and were accepted to participate in the individual marketplace. But Carelink/Coventry later decided to withdraw.
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Maybe, maybe not. There's always the insurance commissioner to set price controls. We don't have anything remotely close to a free-market in medicine.
Obama”care” is a clear violation of the US Federal anti-monoply laws.
one company leaves the consumer at their wimmmmmm, can you say yearly rate increases....
There are no laws. There is only POWER.
And Obama thinks he has a monopoly on that.
I have a feeling the vast majority of people will just end up saying “screw it” and pay the penalty every year, which was probably the real intent from day 1, more gravy to the federal coffers under the guise of getting people insured.
Yup, and his bff Boehner agrees.
I believe if you checked every congressman and senators investment portfolio and forced anyone that is invested in any healthcare exchange and pay back any profit ( or tax it at 99% as Obama did to wall street types bonuses )it would be simpler to get rid of this scam.
freedom . . . freedom . . . freedom
We don't have anything remotely close to a free-market in medicine.
Open markets are so terribly inefficient in the view of crony monopolists and feral government bureaucrats. It's so much simpler to shake down single organizations for "voluntary" contributions than have to shake down multiple organizations.
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