Rough health law fallout tightens key Senate races

  • Article by: THOMAS BEAUMONT , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 23, 2013 - 4:13 AM

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Thanks to the fiasco that followed the launch of President Barack Obama's health care law, Democrats are bracing for hard-fought Senate races in states they had hoped to win with ease just two months ago.

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masterson1Dec. 23, 13 8:56 AM

My dream health insurance plan? A health savings account coupled with a catastrophic plan. That way my costs are managed, and if I don't use the insurance I can keep what I paid in for premiums. But the federal government is removing those choices for me and you.

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jetmillerDec. 23, 13 1:05 PM

All of the hand wringing and anticipation of political fallout over the ACA... Shouldn't the mid term election reflect the collective response to how the ACA actually impacts the public? Whether the ACA it truly provides the savings in delivery costs as a result of more being insured resulting in more access to preventative measures and fewer trips to the ER by the uninsured? How the ACA impacts the masses who already insured? Whether our insurance costs increase unreasonably and the access to our doctors is impacted? Whether those impacted by the mandate accept the reasonableness of the costs and choices imposed on them? Wouldn't it just be a hoot if the mid term elections were impacted by answers to the above questions and whether those are acceptable costs to justify socializing medicine?

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