Skip to comments.Few Dozen Show Up To Learn About Health Care
Posted on 10/18/2013 4:19:28 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
OMAHA - Under ACA, navigators are intended to work with people one-on-one or in groups to educate them about the new law. The people who spend about 20 hours in trainingare provided at Community Action of Nebraska and the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska. Both are networks of community action programs.
Jan Henderson with the Fred LeRoy Health and Wellness Clinic said it hasn't been able to sign anyone up since the site launched two weeks ago.
She added that it has made appointments with 15 people.
(Excerpt) Read more at kptm.com ...
Looks like mainly Pre-existing conditions and those being placed in Medicaid are signing up. Now what ZERO????
They forgot to offer free groceries. Lots of people turned up in Atlanta, iirc, when they offered free groceries. Of course, they couldn’t sign them up because the website didn’t work, but that’s just details.
OMAHA (KPTM) For six years Bret Chudacoff couldn’t afford health care because of his pre-existing conditions.
“It’s not just that I’m insurable now. Everybody’s insurable now,” he said.
“I don’t want to be paying through higher premiums for the 25-year-old who isn’t covered and something catastrophic happens.”
Bret doesn’t quite get it.
Maybe this POS law will die of lack of interest and collapse under it’s own weight ............we can only hope.
Bret is a poster boy for low-information voters.