Graham-Cassidy wouldn’t eliminate Obamacare’s requirement that insurance companies cover people with pre-existing conditions, and it wouldn’t let states seek a waiver from that provision, either.
But it would let insurers charge people with pre-existing conditions far more than people without them — which is illegal under current law. The new version would also let states raise Obamacare’s cap on out-of-pocket costs. Together, those and other efforts to deregulate the insurance markets could effectively prevent people with expensive health conditions from obtaining coverage, even if it were technically available.
This is called a hustle.
When the moment called for it, Jimmy Kimmel became an activist. And that should be a lesson to all of us.
According to Kennedy’s calculations, all of us are massively intoxicated with mercury. The only way to avoid this would be to move to another planet.
Let’s start with Bob.
“I guess I just wanted to try something different,” she says when asked why she left Valve. “I had wanted to be a game developer since I was 10. To know that I had basically accomplished my dreams in such a short period of time was crazy.”
“This is ultimately a very bad thing,” said Dr. Steven Novella, a neurologist at Yale University and longtime critic of alternative therapies. “It’s putting emphasis and the imprimatur of a university on things that have been discarded as medical fraud for 50 years.”
I read that book. It didn’t end well for “scientists.”