APNewsBreak: States receiving incomplete Medicaid data from federal insurance marketplace

  • Article by: SEANNA ADCOX , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 5, 2013 - 5:40 PM

COLUMBIA, S.C. — People shopping for insurance on the federal marketplace may be informed they're eligible for Medicaid and that their information is being sent to state officials to sign them up. However, states say they aren't able to enroll them because they're receiving incomplete data from the Obama administration.

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formergopDec. 5, 13 2:36 PM

So those wanting ACA to fail by not setting up exchanges are not getting all their information? Too bad.

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maxwellbayDec. 5, 13 3:01 PM

what will it take for you, formergop to understand?????????? It's not anyone else's fault except Obama and his cronies. You people own this all by yourselves. No GOP, no tea party, no Bush. This is all on YOU.

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allhailfsmDec. 5, 13 4:53 PM

The GOP has been attacking and assaulting and chipping away at Obamacare for FOUR years. When Obamacare shows damage, they blame it on Obama rather than taking credit for successfully hindering the program!

Unfortunately for the Cons, Ocare will work and it will be impossible to undo without kicking millions of Americans off of their health coverage and totally destroying the health insurance market place.

Insurance companies do not have underwriting plans in place if Obamacare is cancelled. Plans take years to develop and must be done under stable regulation, not under the Chaos advocated by the GOP.

GOP has NO backup plan to replace Obamacare.

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formergopDec. 5, 13 5:01 PM

No Maxi. This falls on the do nothing teapublicans! Tear down, no help fixing or improving. Just criticize every move made by Obama, just to make him a one term President. This is on you and the rest of the whiners.. Want proof? Look at Minnesota since we got rid of the tea.

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