Another state drops Obamacare

Ethel C. Fenig
Joining the more than the thousand unions and companies that have rejected ,er sought waivers on Obamacare, Louisiana is about to become the 9th state seeking waivers from the program according to Investors Business Daily.

In addition


One other state is in the process of putting together a waiver, five others are considering it, and three are keeping it as a future option.

If this pace continues soon all 57 states will have dropped Obamacare, Congress will revise the laws limiting purchasing health care insurance to the individual's home state while encouraging health insurance divorced from employment and some other improvements and then, at last, this country will have affordable health care. Or at least more affordable than Obamacare's Non Affordable Health Care Act.

Joining the more than the thousand unions and companies that have rejected ,er sought waivers on Obamacare, Louisiana is about to become the 9th state seeking waivers from the program according to Investors Business Daily.

In addition


One other state is in the process of putting together a waiver, five others are considering it, and three are keeping it as a future option.

If this pace continues soon all 57 states will have dropped Obamacare, Congress will revise the laws limiting purchasing health care insurance to the individual's home state while encouraging health insurance divorced from employment and some other improvements and then, at last, this country will have affordable health care. Or at least more affordable than Obamacare's Non Affordable Health Care Act.