12:54 pm CST - October 01, 2014
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Health Subcommittee Chair Brady says Americans deserve better
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) – “Today, Americans were supposed to be able to enroll in an Affordable Care Act plan for the second year, but the opening of 2015 enrollment was delayed till after the mid-term elections to avoid consumers finding out that much of the backend of Healthcare.gov still doesn’t work, and that they may face higher premiums and a more narrow network,” said the House Ways & Means Health Subcommittee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX,) one year after a disastrous rollout, the Affordable Care Act still isn’t ready. Continue Reading.