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‘Obamacare’ causing local concerns

October 7, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — Americans are required under the Affordable Healthcare Act, commonly called Obamacare, to have insurance by March 1, with bargains for consumers, big changes for the insurance industr......

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Oct-08-13 5:42 AM

The ACA is a good thing for the American people. After the anti-Obamacare propaganda campaign that has been distributed by Faux News, Rush Limbaugh, and the Republicans' PACS, it's no wonder people are confused. The healthcare benefits far outweigh any costs. The Republicans know once the American people feel the healthcare benefits love, they will not want to give it up like Medicare & Social Security have become loved by almost all.

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Oct-08-13 12:39 AM

To: FireStormPhD, Please explain what you mean when you use the word "free"...I hope you are not that ignorant as to suggest that NO ONE pays for health care.

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Oct-07-13 8:49 PM

I am concerned about the gentleman who said in the article that he expanded his office and "his websites work" if the government website is the only way to get in he must have a MAGICAL website or he is just trying to make the public believe he's "special". As an agent we are all in the same boat the website is slow or doesn't work yet. I wish some agents were more TRUTHFUL!!!

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Oct-07-13 8:33 PM

FREE healthcare, eh? No such thing.

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Oct-07-13 6:23 PM

Its easy to go out and find people against the ACA. With one individual, its about agents losing commission (money). That tells me that politicians are also of the same mindset, because their hands are also in the big insurance companies pocket. I also see the "standard" talking point concerning the website. The government did not anticipate the magnitude of people would hit the website based on the "talking points" of the republicans that no one would go to the sites. Go figure. Good response FireStormPhD.

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Oct-07-13 3:58 PM

Instead of printing useless propaganda against The Affordable Healthcare Act and looking across Europe for results, look to your neighbors north in CANADA! Healthcare is Fine and doing well! I live in Vancouver BC and I dont stand in log lines and wait forever for medical tests and besides its FREE! The affordable Healthcare Act is going to have its growing pains like any new process or procedure. I am sure all the other country's have experienced the same as the United States in bugs in the system. Be patient free healthcare DOES WORK!

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