Washington State is interesting, because the state exchange is pretty much working here, with a reasonable if not fantastic number of sign-ups, and several of the insurance companies are based here, and based on what the IC says they don’t have to worry about this latest crap. So in a modest sort of way, health insurance and delivery in the next year may be a bit least chaotic than in some other states (I hope).
Good point. Obama's put them in a bad situation -- either extend the old policies, which is an administrative nightmare, or not extend the old policies and enrage their customers.
Methinks they'd rather not have to make the choice.
And the idiots in the Boeing union voted 67% not to ratify their contract.
And most importantly, their two housewifey dem senators are NOT up for re-election in 2014, no?
Plus we have some of the best plans in the country. Thanks to Group Health for making the costs stay low here. It’s a fact.