The future of an ObamaCare program that was intended to create non-profit insurers is increasingly in doubt, with several of the ventures forced to close down around the country.
On Friday, co-op insurance plans in Colorado and Oregon became the latest to call it quits, following the closure of similar plans this month in Tennessee, Kentucky and New York.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) pointed to the people who would lose their plans at the end of the year after Kentuckyâ€™s co-op failed earlier this month. Kentuckyâ€™s co-op covered 51,000 people, while New Yorkâ€™s failed co-op, the largest, covered more than 200,000.
â€œBarely a week goes by that we donâ€™t see another harmful consequence of this poorly conceived, badly executed law,â€ McConnell said when Kentuckyâ€™s co-op failed.http://thehill.com/policy/healthcar...n-federal-loansGosh, Stevie Wonder could have seen that coming.
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