What to Ask Your Congressperson about Obamacare (first in a series)

Here's the first installment in a series of questions you might ask your member of the House of Representatives concerning H.R. 3200 - also known as Obamacare.The two-thousand, five-hundred and forty-one (2,541) sections of the bill can be found here.  The emailed version my congressman's office sent me covers 1,026 pages and is written in the typical legislative labyrinth of gobbledygook, replete with multi-layered, mind-numbing, cross references. There must be a software program called Obfuscate 2Max that cranks this stuff out. Anyway, below is the first in a series of questions you might ask your congressperson if they're either undecided about Obamacare, or support it. Question 1:  According the Section 113(b)(1)(C)&(D), "The Commissioner (appointed by the President) in cooperation with the Secretary of Health and Human Services and the Secretary of Labor, shall conduct a study of the large group insured and self-insured employer health markets. Such study shall...(Read Full Post)