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Fresh update on "aca" discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

01:13 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "aca" discussed on Game Scoop!

"What makes his ACA game. SIMILAR TO SAM like open world action, RPG's breath, wild wildest my all time favorite game I think that that's probably where I gravitate towards the most. I also like I love Metro various. Schumi specifically mentioned the of the Moon, and I'm really really excited for that next blood-stained game that comes out I think this week. Yes I love I love TD PLATFORM IRS. I. Co Host of our Nintendo Show I love a lot of first party. Nintendo stuff but I would say that those are probably like the hallmarks of what makes Zaki game outsold Gandhi. Souls. It's surprising at all the things we mentioned. There's not like a lot of games all the time for us like that. It's like a couple of year really hit for me and it's just even with the volume of games exploding in our lifetime. There's still not like I can't to stick with one. Set of games or series are there's a game that's hidden right now. Tell you what Dang. Episode. Think I know which one you mean and I'm excited to jump into that as well. Men last of US part. You just drags on I. Think a little.

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Justin Looney's Email Do's and Don't When Contacting the ACA

The Atheist Experience

04:22 min | Last week

Justin Looney's Email Do's and Don't When Contacting the ACA

"What tips do you have for people who are GONNA be e mailing the show. Yes sure so I had a couple of ideas that I came up with last night's do's and don'ts for. If you want to email the show so just as a a gauge Last month we got about two hundred and fifty emails. So that's about on par with what we normally do. So of those e mails. We get a lot of different types of emails, so the do's. Do's and don'ts that I have one. The first one is half patients. There's a lot of us we all. Have you know this is all volunteer work? None of us are are sitting in front of our computers everyday nine to five just to answer emails, so it'll take a few days to get a response so just have patients with us THE SECOND ONE IS A. Shorter email is the faster you'll get a reply if you send like a one or two sentence email, and I see it and I can respond to it in one minute or less than I'm GonNa send that a lot quicker than if you send a much longer email hourly want to take time to read through your email and comment on specific things about it, so that one's GonNa. Take me a little bit longer to get to Sophie. Send along email. Give it give you extra days. number three. Everybody gets your email We get emails from people that say hey. Can you pass this Long Matt? Can you pass this to dawn? Or can you make sure Jenna gets this? They already have all the email goes to all of us in drops in everybody's Inbox, so nothing has to be forwarded to anybody else Number four do a little bit of research before emailing. Sometimes, people will say hey. What's the good response to Pascal's wager or How do you respond to the argument from ignorance and a lot of times what I end up doing is just sending them a clip of the show where we were. We've done exactly. But if you just go on Youtube and you go to the search bar, any type in eighty s experience, plus whatever that could be experience Pascal's wager atheist experience arguments merits whatever you'll find five ten, fifteen, probably different videos. Where we've, we've talked about these in detail so a lot of times you can save yourself the trouble by just watching an old clip from the show Next one is a you're not guaranteed to get a reply from your host especially met. By and large Matt gets the most requests from people they want to read. Read this argument that I haven't tell me if what's good and bad about or can not see this or buts match opinion on this and I think Matt will tell you. As much as anybody that he probably has currently has hundreds, if not thousands of emails in his inbox that ecksteen thousand, eight, hundred, sixty four. So, he's he's. He's but one man with many other things to do and so you might not get a reply from him. You are guaranteed however to get a reply from me so if it's something that's not very specific combat, and it's something that I might know the answer to I'm going to give you my two cents, and that's hopefully that counts for something. And the last one last do is leaving email in your voice mail, so you have a voicemail number that you can call the show. You can call not this show, but you can call the leave a voicemail and a lot of times. People leave voicemails, but they don't leave an email, and I can reply to you a lot quicker if you. If you just give an email, I can reply straight to your voicemail of email, so do even. in voicemail that you might leave on the show line. And then the one that I that I figured out in the think. That's a pretty good one is. Don't send links to videos a lot of times. People will send a link and they'll say hey. Can you debunk this? And when I click on it, it's an hour long or two hour long lecture and it's it's like we. We definitely don't while it would be great if we could. We could respond although in deep. Deep Oncology's videos. There's just not a not the time for that, and if it's a short video, it's like maybe five minutes or less than that than I might actually bring up the video. Take a look at it and give you my thoughts, but if it's an hour two-three hour long lecture at some conference, there's just no way that me or I think I can speak for all the hosted. Anybody has the time. To respond to that so the best thing I think in that case would be to try to contact that person. find their email that pastors email that preachers leave a whoever it is, and give them our number of the show and have them call into show, so yeah, let's dance.

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Justin Looney's Email Do's and Don't When Contacting the ACA

The Atheist Experience

04:22 min | Last week

Justin Looney's Email Do's and Don't When Contacting the ACA

"What tips do you have for people who are GONNA be e mailing the show. Yes sure so I had a couple of ideas that I came up with last night's do's and don'ts for. If you want to email the show so just as a a gauge Last month we got about two hundred and fifty emails. So that's about on par with what we normally do. So of those e mails. We get a lot of different types of emails, so the do's. Do's and don'ts that I have one. The first one is half patients. There's a lot of us we all. Have you know this is all volunteer work? None of us are are sitting in front of our computers everyday nine to five just to answer emails, so it'll take a few days to get a response so just have patients with us THE SECOND ONE IS A. Shorter email is the faster you'll get a reply if you send like a one or two sentence email, and I see it and I can respond to it in one minute or less than I'm GonNa send that a lot quicker than if you send a much longer email hourly want to take time to read through your email and comment on specific things about it, so that one's GonNa. Take me a little bit longer to get to Sophie. Send along email. Give it give you extra days. number three. Everybody gets your email We get emails from people that say hey. Can you pass this Long Matt? Can you pass this to dawn? Or can you make sure Jenna gets this? They already have all the email goes to all of us in drops in everybody's Inbox, so nothing has to be forwarded to anybody else Number four do a little bit of research before emailing. Sometimes, people will say hey. What's the good response to Pascal's wager or How do you respond to the argument from ignorance and a lot of times what I end up doing is just sending them a clip of the show where we were. We've done exactly. But if you just go on Youtube and you go to the search bar, any type in eighty s experience, plus whatever that could be experience Pascal's wager atheist experience arguments merits whatever you'll find five ten, fifteen, probably different videos. Where we've, we've talked about these in detail so a lot of times you can save yourself the trouble by just watching an old clip from the show Next one is a you're not guaranteed to get a reply from your host especially met. By and large Matt gets the most requests from people they want to read. Read this argument that I haven't tell me if what's good and bad about or can not see this or buts match opinion on this and I think Matt will tell you. As much as anybody that he probably has currently has hundreds, if not thousands of emails in his inbox that ecksteen thousand, eight, hundred, sixty four. So, he's he's. He's but one man with many other things to do and so you might not get a reply from him. You are guaranteed however to get a reply from me so if it's something that's not very specific combat, and it's something that I might know the answer to I'm going to give you my two cents, and that's hopefully that counts for something. And the last one last do is leaving email in your voice mail, so you have a voicemail number that you can call the show. You can call not this show, but you can call the leave a voicemail and a lot of times. People leave voicemails, but they don't leave an email, and I can reply to you a lot quicker if you. If you just give an email, I can reply straight to your voicemail of email, so do even. in voicemail that you might leave on the show line. And then the one that I that I figured out in the think. That's a pretty good one is. Don't send links to videos a lot of times. People will send a link and they'll say hey. Can you debunk this? And when I click on it, it's an hour long or two hour long lecture and it's it's like we. We definitely don't while it would be great if we could. We could respond although in deep. Deep Oncology's videos. There's just not a not the time for that, and if it's a short video, it's like maybe five minutes or less than that than I might actually bring up the video. Take a look at it and give you my thoughts, but if it's an hour two-three hour long lecture at some conference, there's just no way that me or I think I can speak for all the hosted. Anybody has the time. To respond to that so the best thing I think in that case would be to try to contact that person. find their email that pastors email that preachers leave a whoever it is, and give them our number of the show and have them call into show, so yeah, let's dance.

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House Democrats Propose New Legislation to Bolster the ACA

Fox News Sunday

00:38 sec | Last week

House Democrats Propose New Legislation to Bolster the ACA

"Affordable Care Enhancement Act. The patient protection. Affordable care enhancement that comes to the floor is the Trump Administration continues its efforts in court to strike down the remaining portions of the Affordable Care Act, or OBAMACARE representative David Sicilian, he says. This's exactly the wrong time for the administration to be doing that, in the middle of a global health pandemic. More than 40 million Americans have filed for unemployment, 120,000 Americans have died and more than Two and 1/4 minutes have been infected with this virus bill aims to lower healthcare and prescription drug costs and protect patients with preexisting conditions. LINDY Canyon Washington

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Trump administration urges end to ACA as pandemic surges

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump administration urges end to ACA as pandemic surges

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi blasts the trump administration's effort to scuttle the affordable Care Act the trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to rule in favor of Texas and a number of other Republican led states in their challenge to overturn the law which was passed some ten years ago that happens more than twenty million people could lose health care coverage during the corona virus pandemic house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there is no legal justification for the challenge and no moral excuse for the trump administration's efforts to take away Americans health care a hundred thirty million Americans with pre existing conditions will lose ACA's lifesaving protection twenty three million Americans will lose their health access to quality affordable health care hello C. is planning a floor vote next week on her bill that calls for an expansion of the affordable Care Act to acquire Washington

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Trump administration urges end to ACA as pandemic surges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump administration urges end to ACA as pandemic surges

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi blasts the trump administration's effort to scuttle the affordable Care Act the trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to rule in favor of Texas and a number of other Republican led states in their challenge to overturn the law which was passed some ten years ago that happens more than twenty million people could lose health care coverage during the corona virus pandemic house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there is no legal justification for the challenge and no moral excuse for the trump administration's efforts to take away Americans health care hello C. is planning a floor vote next week on her bill that calls for an expansion of the affordable Care Act to acquire Washington

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Trump administration urges end to ACA as pandemic surges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump administration urges end to ACA as pandemic surges

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi blasts the trump administration's effort to scuttle the affordable Care Act the trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to rule in favor of Texas and a number of other Republican led states in their challenge to overturn the law which was passed some ten years ago that happens more than twenty million people could lose health care coverage during the corona virus pandemic house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there is no legal justification for the challenge and no moral excuse for the trump administration's efforts to take away Americans health care hello C. is planning a floor vote next week on her bill that calls for an expansion of the affordable Care Act to acquire Washington

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Trump administration urges SCOTUS to end the Affordable Care Act

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump administration urges SCOTUS to end the Affordable Care Act

"The trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to invalidate obamacare arguing parts of the affordable Care Act been done away with anyway Jessica Levinson is a professor at Loyola law school we're in the middle of a global pandemic it's hard to think of a worse time for anyone including the trump administration to say that we should ends health care coverage for millions of Americans the ACA has prohibited health insurers from denying coverage to those with pre existing health

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3 charged after medical examiner rules teen’s death homicide

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

3 charged after medical examiner rules teen’s death homicide

"Hi as Mike the nation Ross grapples you're reporting with house racial speaker Nancy injustice Pelosi three unveils workers a new at obamacare a Michigan youth facility bill are criminally house speaker charged Nancy Pelosi with the black has announced teen's a plan death that would well expand what subsidies South Carolina allowing more officer people to is qualify cleared of for wrongdoing the affordable Care in the Act fatal this shooting is about the lives of Michigan prosecutors charging the livelihood three staffers at the lakeside of the academy American people with involuntary hello sees announcement manslaughter came just sixteen one day year old before Cornelius the trump administration Fredericks was expected was restrained to file on papers the ground with in the late Supreme April Court after arguing throwing a the sandwich ACA is his unconstitutional family's lawyer says he hello went she into criticized cardiac the arrest administration's after unrelenting screaming out efforts to I take can't down breathe obamacare in Columbia noting there South is Carolina a pandemic was wrong any time now officer Kevin beyond Davis stupid will not be charged in a statement in the fatal White House shooting spokesman of seventeen Judd Deere said year old pelo Josh see ruff is just and playing in April politics body might cam cross video your Washington catches the chase the prosecutor says robin pulling a gun this made him a threat to sunny Arizona as police chiefs offer to resign after the April death of a suspect in handcuffs who is placed face down and three officers in Wilmington North Carolina are fired caught on video making racist remarks one even called for a civil war to quote white but black people off the map I'm Jackie Quinn

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With a jab at Trump, Pelosi unveils new 'Obamacare' bill

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

With a jab at Trump, Pelosi unveils new 'Obamacare' bill

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting house speaker Nancy Pelosi unveils a new obamacare bill house speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced a plan that would expand subsidies allowing more people to qualify for the affordable Care Act this is about the lives the livelihood of the American people hello sees announcement came just one day before the trump administration was expected to file papers with the Supreme Court arguing the ACA is unconstitutional hello she criticized the administration's unrelenting efforts to take down obamacare noting there is a pandemic was wrong any time now beyond stupid in a statement White House spokesman Judd Deere said pelo see is just playing politics might cross your Washington

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With a jab at Trump, Pelosi unveils new 'Obamacare' bill

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

With a jab at Trump, Pelosi unveils new 'Obamacare' bill

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting house speaker Nancy Pelosi unveils a new obamacare bill house speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced a plan that would expand subsidies allowing more people to qualify for the affordable Care Act this is about the lives the livelihood of the American people hello sees announcement came just one day before the trump administration was expected to file papers with the Supreme Court arguing the ACA is unconstitutional hello she criticized the administration's unrelenting efforts to take down obamacare noting there is a pandemic was wrong any time now beyond stupid in a statement White House spokesman Judd Deere said pelo see is just playing politics might cross your Washington

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Despite pandemic, Trump administration urges end to ACA

WBZ Midday News

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Despite pandemic, Trump administration urges end to ACA

"On Capitol Hill house Democrats introduced a bill designed to counter the trump administration's efforts to do away with obamacare the affordable Care Act attorneys for the administration are preparing to present arguments before the Supreme Court the patient protection and affordable Care enhancement act is set to be filed on Monday house speaker Nancy Pelosi talks about the significance of prior court will hear the brief from the book trump administration as to taking down the affordable Care Act right in the heart of the time of the end of the pandemic it was wrong any time now it's beyond stupid the legislation would strengthen protections for pre existing conditions it would expand Medicaid and lower the cost of prescription

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Lester Morales, CEO at Next Impact

Outcomes Rocket

04:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Lester Morales, CEO at Next Impact

"Marquez Marquez's here and today I. Have the privilege of Hosting Lester Morales. He is a true consultant in the human capital and employee benefits arena, and currently serves as CEO of next impact. LLC focused on innovation and changing the status quo. Next impact is a full service employee benefits and Human Resources Marketing and consulting company committed to helping other companies grow and add value to their clients before he. He founded next impact. He Co founded in Selah, a benefits administration company focused on helping advisors support their clients with ACA compliance prior to becoming an entrepreneur, lester serve nearly three years as executive vice president and chief growth officer for Willis's human capital practice, one of the largest insurance brokerages in the world in this role Lester lead over two hundred producers consultants in forty plus offices as part of a three, hundred and fifty. Fifty Million Dollar Practice Willis. A single largest practice in North America during a previous eight year stint at Willis Lester, was consistently among the top five consultants nationally between those assignments Lester served as national vice president of sales for Health Stat orlean provider of worksite clinics and disease management services. Leicester's thought later in the benefit space, and I had just the opportunity to connect with them before this and his passion for making healthcare. Healthcare more equitable employers and the employees is palpable He's he's. He's all in and I'm privileged to have them here on the podcast today, Lester, really looking forward to our discussion, they have. We should have nothing to be here -absolutely so lester before we dive into what you guys do at next impact and the quote here on the front of your site. starbucks spends more on healthcare than they do on coffee wow. Right we're going to dive into that and what your you and your team is doing to help. Prevent that or turn it around to something more sustainable. Tell us a little bit about what inspires your work in healthcare. Yeah, yeah, you know most people that end up in the insurance advisory space. While into it's the Mine is I'm doing this on purpose. I have a very stinks. Why unfortunately I have been a product health care insurance employee benefits when I was sixteen years old. My Dad was diagnosed with multiple myeloma for you. Listeners that don't know what that is. That's cute of your bone marrow. So I was sixteen got diagnosed found out San France Limo radiation several years back baffled. That's. Unfortunately ends up being that me. Combat statistics so sixty two's. Depending on which report you live, read out personal bankruptcy puzzle medical reasons while unfortunately we were part of that statistics are my parents had to file bankruptcy? In order to make ends meet the rent in worse yet. It's interesting about that is they've got health insurance? both employer based insurance, but you know we're in an out of pocket mass along as Hand Fifteen, twenty, two thousand a year for family. You know you do that. Do three years in a row. How many families have extra thirty forty fifty thousand dollars sitting? There Bang you. You know when you're trying to send your kid baseball camp. You get on the new pair of Jordan. Then all the thing that wonderful parents which I had you know to water? Parents did Zach I mean down the road of of Yao, interest in and understanding vow health insurance, but it also makes you understand how they're using the system is and and that although you got insurance, although theoretically that insurance is supposed to be there to supporting how it was, it was really more of a hoop jumper, and you know an obstacle alone commerce so. Back, down the field, and then the last part of really what what drives me and my? Why unfortunately I'm a big I'm a big. Momma's boy is most Latin. Men Are. A BIG MOMMA's boy. Unfortunately in two thousand fourteen moms diagnose pancreatic cancer and she passed away August. Eleven thousand seventeen, so man I'll tell you I get up every day fired up to fights for changing because I have seen that you most important. Pete in my life away from cancer the amount of money we spent the amount of confusion. The amount of just uncertainty and Hoots Jeff Junk mail system just makes sense air, and so that's that's what we get. Get up every morning

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Chicago sues Trump administration over refusal to allow Obamacare special enrollment period amid pandemic

WBBM Morning News

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chicago sues Trump administration over refusal to allow Obamacare special enrollment period amid pandemic

"Obamacare is at the center of a lawsuit in Chicago filed against the White House the suit accuses the president of endangering the health of Americans by refusing to open a special enrollment session for the affordable Care Act despite the corona virus pandemic it notes the ACA calls for the government to open a special enrollment period when consumers face exceptional circumstances the suit alleges trump's decision in April not to re open enrollment was nothing more than another attempt on the president's campaign to sabotage

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Monster

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:37 min | Last month

Monster

"Today a monster. If you're of a certain age, you might remember the nineteen fifty four movie creature from the Black Lagoon. Here's the plot. A geology expedition in the Amazon uncovers fossilized evidence, a skeletal hand fingers from the Devonian period that provides a direct link between land and sea animals further excavation of. Of the area where the fossil was found turns up nothing the leader. The search is ready to love, but it's thought that thousands of years ago, the part of the embankment, containing the rest of the skeleton fell into the water that was washed downriver broken up by the current. The group discovers at the river empties into a lagoon. The scientists decided to. To take a little longer and unaware that amphibious Gilman has been watching had for the lagoon, and that kill man is taking notice of the beautiful assistant. Will you get the idea? And if you think the plot for the film, the creature from the Black Lagoon came out of the imagination of a writer or perhaps a famous film director. You'd be half right. Right Produce Sir William Allen was attending nine hundred forty one dinner party during the filming of Citizen Kane, in which he played the reporter Thompson. When Mexican cinematographer, Gabriel Figueroa told him about the myth of a race of half fish half, human creatures, Amazon River, Allen, rose. Story notes title the Sea Monster Ten years later using beauty and the beast just inspiration. In December nineteen fifty two Maurice Jim expanded this into a treatment which Harry Essex and Arthur Ross rewrote as the black lagoon. The rest is movie history. The story told to Allen by Mexican cinematographer gave Figaro was based on the legend of Jaka. Ruina buried accounts describe. The arena is being Harry with their heads turned backwards and deformed feet. Could be characterized as seductive and sexually dangerous lure humans into water by taking on human forms when people of the Amazon and community disappear, and do not return such as fishermen husbands in young girls, deception is the ACA Luna had seduced and captured their victims. They abducted victims gradually come to resemble their captor the Yakov Bruno over a period of time I. There is turned to resemble the Conrad. Then their head and feet turn backward wants a full transformation is complete. The human has turned. Turned into a Jaka rhuna transformation to Jaka Ruina is irreversible and a person so transformed may never return to his or her home. I researched this story. I thought it sounded like a lot of other folktales that come from tribes of indigenous people that is until I found a nineteen eighty six account of an American doctor who ventured into the Amazon with his wife and daughter to provide needed medicine and medical treatment to several primitive communities. He described in a log I how his daughter! Daughter was taken by Jaka Luna One day one day she was swimming, so it's she was pulled under and vanished. Nobody was ever recovered grief-stricken. He and his wife returned to the states. They soon separated. It was an auditory years later alone and distraught, but he returned to the Amazon River, whereas daughter had vanished that he saw her again still alive, but it transformed into a mermaid. She had married a yacht, Luna and gain knowledge in becoming healer of the waters. No one ever saw. saw the doctor again. The doctors camp was discovered by a group searching for explorer Percy Fawcett. Who vanished in the Amazon in nineteen, twenty five monster

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Deadlines for laid-off workers to get health care coverage looming

Lee Matthews

00:48 sec | Last month

Deadlines for laid-off workers to get health care coverage looming

"There our first deadlines approaching for laid off workers seeking to get health insurance through obamacare colonel Scott when the pandemic cost workers their jobs with it went their health insurance the affordable Care Act provided a two month special enrollment period for those workers to get coverage that opportunity will end next week in several states industry experts say the reason many of missed out on securing coverages most don't know where to find a plan at a rate they can afford meanwhile the trump administration still hoping to clear the ACA unconstitutional has not promoted options the nonpartisan Kaiser family foundation estimates eight in ten of about twenty seven million who've lost their benefits would qualify for obamacare coverage in some

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1st deadlines for laid-off workers to get health insurance

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

1st deadlines for laid-off workers to get health insurance

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a deadline is coming up for many Americans who lost health insurance in the corona virus shut down millions of Americans who lost their jobs and their health insurance during the corona virus pandemic have until Sunday to sign up for fall back coverage under the affordable Care Act for those who lost their health insurance in March the sixty day special enrollment period for individual coverage under the ACA closes at the end of may in most states the nonpartisan Kaiser family foundation estimates as of the start of may nearly twenty seven million workers and family members had lost a job based health coverage though the trump administration has done little to promote it nearly three fourths of the states have expanded Medicaid for low income adults under the Obama health law Mike Crossey of Washington

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Deadlines for laid-off workers to get health care coverage looming

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | Last month

Deadlines for laid-off workers to get health care coverage looming

"With all the concerns about corona virus there's another worry as tens of millions of people and up out of work time could be running out for some define new health care coverage independent researchers believe many of the people who recently lost their jobs and with them their healthcare coverage don't know they're eligible for plans under the affordable Care Act but time is of the essence the ACA allows people who lost their employer based coverage sixty days to find a new plan and for the millions who lost jobs at the

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Post Spring Garden Tuneups with Ken Druse

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

09:20 min | 2 months ago

Post Spring Garden Tuneups with Ken Druse

"Did their spring clean up or they're doing it and they're like okay. I've done that check. But that's not the end of the story so I thought we could go through sort of some of the things that you and I. After a million years of gardening have learned sort of aftercare that really help the garden to look good right into the summer and beyond so. Do you want to start with like bulbs for instance because the big features of spring? I think that your listeners know that by now that you don't cut off the Daffodil foliage during the language kind of too bad 'cause it's hard to get around it and you don't break the. When was the last time he saw braided daffodil foliage? It's been a long time but I used to see people do it but I have seen people who planted daffodils. The lawn for that lovely English look and then mowed the lawn and they wonder why they don't have any flowers anymore right right right so here. I'm in zone five fee. I don't even know. I have big amounts of them in sort of grassy areas and I don't even know those areas until around July fourth. So you know I really let them go their own all all the way down to Bauge and maybe if you have species tulips that some of the comeback every year out of most tulips. Don't come back every year for me anyway. Even the species. But if you have species tulips you leave fully it. You WanNa leave the foliage of all the bulbs and most of them will tell you is over like the album the value Mer blooming and their foliage is ugly and turning yellow at the same time. And so it's pretty much over after they bloom right right so I let them ripen as we would say I let them do their thing and take advantage of their photosynthesis process before I clean them up. So that's super important journey yellow. That's when you do it right right and one other tip I think with some of the little guy. Some of the little guys like one of my favorites is the winter ACA night Aransas high malice and tiny little. I ball to bloom with the snow drops here for me. Even March where I am. Sometimes yellow. Tiny flowers is hard to establish but when it does get established the way it likes to establish itself and get into bigger and bigger mass by seeding. And so you don't want to disturb that area when the flowers are spent you know what I mean. Make a mess cleanup to roughly. Because you'll miss out on that colonizing effect that the self sewing is going to do so the takes a long time. It does surprise but it takes a long time because I believe that those aides need to they take two years to Germany to have both through warm moist. Cold Moist warm moist. You know the whole thing like that. I think I think it is two years to germinate. So you know. It's one of those things in the garden. You don't stand there tapping your foot waiting to see the colony takeoff. You just go away. And then a scant seven years later. A nice big clump. Yeah we're colony so flowering shrubs or another hallmark of spring. And Oh my goodness I mean you know. We could name so many that we adore and the question arises you know dead had them getting from people more southern than I am. I've already been getting like do I have to dead my roadies do I'd after dead. Had My you know Fill in the blank so yeah camelias for more southerly people exactly you know. And that sort of dot dot is like also went to prune them is. When is the right time to prune them? So maybe let's talk about you if you can imagine fast forward in your garden a little bit like some things that you do tidy up. Don't tidy up in the SHRUB department Kind of pertains to their flowering. Don't tie that's that's a good one you rose by a rea- I think some Birgitta. You Know Ogun among one eighth you don't WanNa cut that back because the foliage is what you're grown at for. It has lovely white flowers early and there followed by this. These sort of needle like leaves and Ogun is the gold one and that's a terrific plant so that's actually percipient to don't come back for. I mean you you can cut out the part that's deceased but when I see a percent the ball I just think oh what is going on. And sometimes they have no flowers because the the landscaper has made them into meatballs. Yeah Yeah not a good thing for but other things I mean. Camellias are kind of self cleaning like another. The power's turned brown. And they sort of fall off but you can help that along. Just go to the flowers and just sort of snapped them off and if you need to you can put it. But you know as we're talking thinking the general rule especially for spring flowering things. Is You prune them right after they flower particularly need the whole season to prepare to flower again? Some things like hydrangea panicky. Lada make the flower. You know what they're gonNA flower with through the season but the early things they've made what they're going to use to flower the year before right rarely right after they bloom so in our northern gardens. You know one of the two everywhere. Just a tiny little different. If the best time to lilacs they say is cut some bouquets and enjoy them indoors. And that's your pruning. You know what I mean. It's at the time or right after because by say July two months later or so. They are already beginning that process toward thinking about setting buds for next year. And certainly by fall there Abud. So you don't WanNa do it then and there's a lot of should you dead head lilacs or not dead lilacs and I think i. I think that if you let the fruits develop you really don't get as many flowers at least I don't so I it's a lot of work but I I do think that you know as you said. Cut some for though by the on the on the nightstand. That's the best some things that have fragrances. During the day don't have fragrances at night. Like trigger twenty four seven So cut them and have them on the bedside and then if you haven't cut them all then go round and just you can snap off little fruit. Says they're forming very easy to see their green fruits where the flowers used to be. Or you can take your SA- caters her crooners and cut them off at. If you WANNA prove your Lilac I would prune it down to the first out facing cluster of leads so you want to encourage the Shrub to sort of get a vase shape so so that the next branch doesn't cross with an inner branch or become congested. You want to open it up. And that's that's pretty easy to see if you look at it so when you prune in any case you look to see where the direction what you're leaving behind is likely to sprout and go in right so that you're thinking of the future architecture. That's that's mostly true with a shrub that has alternate clusters of leaves because some of them have in clusters of leaves on both sides. You can actually remove one and encouraged that outpacing growth. My getting confused here. That's not so hard to understand and with the lilacs the other reason I like to Dead head them so to speak. Is that once those fruits as you? Call them those clusters of green. Things are Brown. They look like hell. Let's do you have a big flow reference. You know one that really performed beautifully and then it has this mess right. I'd rather get mother green red right because it's awful and and I don't want to look at that the rest of the season and as you say it may also reduce flowering you know. Some of the energy may be put into the reproductive those seeds but uh so the long reach prunier. I loved one by the company. I have no affiliation with them but I just love their pruning tools. Rsd Longreach Crooner. It's maybe gives gives you an extra while you can get very long ones but I have one. That's maybe four feet and another one that telescopes to six. So I can get a lot of those. Even you know eight nine ten nine feet high can get a lot of those dead heads out of a Lilac which is great.

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"aca" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Conversations about women's rights and compromises have been made on our backs. That's how we got to hide that the Hyde amendment was created a compromise by leaders of both parties. Then we have the ACA during the ACA that negotiation I had to fight like with other women to make sure that contraception wasn't sold down the river or abortion services. And so. What we need to know. It's a matching this one question when we beat President Trump and Mitch McConnell walks into the over office, God forbid to negotiations who do you want to our closes to be sitting behind that desk to fight for women's rights? I have been the fiercest advocate women's reproductive freedom over a decade thing. And I promise you as president of the door closes, I will guarantee whims, no matter what we're moving to climb. Climb climb guys. Senator Harris addressing you first on this. You live in a state that has been hit by drought while fires flooding climate change is a major concern for boaters in your state. It's pretty obvious. Obviously the state as well last night. Voters heard many of the candidates weigh in on their proposals. Explain specifically, what you're. First of all, I don't even call the climate change climate crisis represents an existential threat to us as species, and the fact that we have a president of the United States was embraced science fiction over science fact, will be to our collective peril. I visited while the embers were smoldering the wildfires in California, I spoke with firefighters who were in the midst of fighting fire while their own homes were burning and on this issue, it is. It is a critical issue that is about what we must do to confront what is immediate and before us right now that is why I support a green new deal. It is why I believe on day one, and as president will reenter us in the Paris agreement because we have to take these issues seriously. And frankly, we have a president United States we talked about you ask before what is the greatest national security threat to the United States? It's Donald Trump, and I'm gonna tell you, and I'm gonna tell. Why? Because I agree climate change represents an existential threat. He denies the science. You wanna talk about North Korea, real threat in terms of nuclear arsenal. But what does he do? He embraces Kim Jong on a dictator for the sake of a photo up Putin. You wanna talk about we're gonna do the word of the Russian to the word of the American unity when it comes to a threat to our democracy and our election that said the issues that are before, Chuck, I'm here. Thank you said at her. In your climate plan. If you're elected president in your first term, how is this going to help farmers impacted by climate change in the mid west? The reality is, we need to begin a death thing right away, but we also can't skip the beat on preventing climate change from getting even worse. It's why we need aggressive in Embiid measures. That's why we need to do a carbon tax dividend. But I would propose we do it in a way that is rebate at out to the American people in a progressive fashion. So the most Americans are.

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"aca" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Conversations about women's rights and compromises have been made on our backs. That's how we got to hide that the Hyde amendment was created a compromise by leaders of both parties. Then we have the ACA during the ACA that negotiation I had to fight like with other women to make sure that contraception wasn't sold down the river or abortion services. And so. What we need to know. It's a matching this one question when we beat President Trump and Mitch McConnell walks into the over office, God forbid to negotiations who do you want to our closes to be sitting behind that desk to fight for women's rights? I have been the fiercest advocate women's reproductive freedom over a decade thing. And I promise you as president of the door closes, I will guarantee whims, no matter what we're moving to climb. Climb climb guys. Senator Harris addressing you first on this. You live in a state that has been hit by drought while fires flooding climate change is a major concern for boaters in your state. It's pretty obvious. Obviously the state as well last night. Voters heard many of the candidates weigh in on their proposals. Explain specifically, what you're. First of all, I don't even call the climate change climate crisis represents an existential threat to us as species, and the fact that we have a president of the United States was embraced science fiction over science fact, will be to our collective peril. I visited while the embers were smoldering the wildfires in California, I spoke with firefighters who were in the midst of fighting fire while their own homes were burning and on this issue, it is. It is a critical issue that is about what we must do to confront what is immediate and before us right now that is why I support a green new deal. It is why I believe on day one, and as president will reenter us in the Paris agreement because we have to take these issues seriously. And frankly, we have a president United States we talked about you ask before what is the greatest national security threat to the United States? It's Donald Trump, and I'm gonna tell you, and I'm gonna tell. Why? Because I agree climate change represents an existential threat. He denies the science. You wanna talk about North Korea, real threat in terms of nuclear arsenal. But what does he do? He embraces Kim Jong on a dictator for the sake of a photo up Putin. You wanna talk about we're gonna do the word of the Russian to the word of the American unity when it comes to a threat to our democracy and our election that said the issues that are before, Chuck, I'm here. Thank you said at her. In your climate plan. If you're elected president in your first term, how is this going to help farmers impacted by climate change in the mid west? The reality is, we need to begin a death thing right away, but we also can't skip the beat on preventing climate change from getting even worse. It's why we need aggressive in Embiid measures. That's why we need to do a carbon tax dividend. But I would propose we do it in a way that is rebate at out to the American people in a progressive fashion. So the most Americans are.

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"aca" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Conversations about women's rights and compromises have been made on our backs. That's how we got to hide that the Hyde amendment was created a compromise by leaders of both parties. Then we have the ACA during the ACA that negotiation I had to fight like with other women to make sure that contraception wasn't sold down the river or abortion services. And so. What we need to know. It's a matching this one question when we beat President Trump and Mitch McConnell walks into the over office, God forbid to negotiations who do you want to our closes to be sitting behind that desk to fight for women's rights? I have been the fiercest advocate women's reproductive freedom over a decade thing. And I promise you as president of the door closes, I will guarantee whims, no matter what we're moving to climb. Climb climb guys. Senator Harris addressing you first on this. You live in a state that has been hit by drought while fires flooding climate change is a major concern for boaters in your state. It's pretty obvious. Obviously the state as well last night. Voters heard many of the candidates weigh in on their proposals. Explain specifically, what you're. First of all, I don't even call the climate change climate crisis represents an existential threat to us as species, and the fact that we have a president of the United States was embraced science fiction over science fact, will be to our collective peril. I visited while the embers were smoldering the wildfires in California, I spoke with firefighters who were in the midst of fighting fire while their own homes were burning and on this issue, it is. It is a critical issue that is about what we must do to confront what is immediate and before us right now that is why I support a green new deal. It is why I believe on day one, and as president will reenter us in the Paris agreement because we have to take these issues seriously. And frankly, we have a president United States we talked about you ask before what is the greatest national security threat to the United States? It's Donald Trump, and I'm gonna tell you, and I'm gonna tell. Why? Because I agree climate change represents an existential threat. He denies the science. You wanna talk about North Korea, real threat in terms of nuclear arsenal. But what does he do? He embraces Kim Jong on a dictator for the sake of a photo up Putin. You wanna talk about we're gonna do the word of the Russian to the word of the American unity when it comes to a threat to our democracy and our election that said the issues that are before, Chuck, I'm here. Thank you said at her. In your climate plan. If you're elected president in your first term, how is this going to help farmers impacted by climate change in the mid west? The reality is, we need to begin a death thing right away, but we also can't skip the beat on preventing climate change from getting even worse. It's why we need aggressive in Embiid measures. That's why we need to do a carbon tax dividend. But I would propose we do it in a way that is rebate at out to the American people in a progressive fashion. So the most Americans are.

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"aca" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Conversations about women's rights and compromises have been made on our backs. That's how we got to hide that the Hyde amendment was created a compromise by leaders of both parties. Then we have the ACA during the ACA that negotiation I had to fight like with other women to make sure that contraception wasn't sold down the river or abortion services. And so. What we need to know. It's a matching this one question when we beat President Trump and Mitch McConnell walks into the over office, God forbid to negotiations who do you want to our closes to be sitting behind that desk to fight for women's rights? I have been the fiercest advocate women's reproductive freedom over a decade thing. And I promise you as president of the door closes, I will guarantee whims, no matter what we're moving to climb. Climb climb guys. Senator Harris addressing you first on this. You live in a state that has been hit by drought while fires flooding climate change is a major concern for boaters in your state. It's pretty obvious. Obviously the state as well last night. Voters heard many of the candidates weigh in on their proposals. Explain specifically, what you're. First of all, I don't even call the climate change climate crisis represents an existential threat to us as species, and the fact that we have a president of the United States was embraced science fiction over science fact, will be to our collective peril. I visited while the embers were smoldering the wildfires in California, I spoke with firefighters who were in the midst of fighting fire while their own homes were burning and on this issue, it is. It is a critical issue that is about what we must do to confront what is immediate and before us right now that is why I support a green new deal. It is why I believe on day one, and as president will reenter us in the Paris agreement because we have to take these issues seriously. And frankly, we have a president United States we talked about you ask before what is the greatest national security threat to the United States? It's Donald Trump, and I'm gonna tell you, and I'm gonna tell. Why? Because I agree climate change represents an existential threat. He denies the science. You wanna talk about North Korea, real threat in terms of nuclear arsenal. But what does he do? He embraces Kim Jong on a dictator for the sake of a photo up Putin. You wanna talk about we're gonna do the word of the Russian to the word of the American unity when it comes to a threat to our democracy and our election that said the issues that are before, Chuck, I'm here. Thank you said at her. In your climate plan. If you're elected president in your first term, how is this going to help farmers impacted by climate change in the mid west? The reality is, we need to begin a death thing right away, but we also can't skip the beat on preventing climate change from getting even worse. It's why we need aggressive in Embiid measures. That's why we need to do a carbon tax dividend. But I would propose we do it in a way that is rebate at out to the American people in a progressive fashion. So the most Americans are.

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"aca" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Conversations about women's rights and compromises have been made on our backs. That's how we got to hide that the Hyde amendment was created a compromise by leaders of both parties. Then we have the ACA during the ACA that negotiation I had to fight like with other women to make sure that contraception wasn't sold down the river or abortion services. And so. What we need to know. It's a matching this one question when we beat President Trump and Mitch McConnell walks into the over office, God forbid to negotiations who do you want to our closes to be sitting behind that desk to fight for women's rights? I have been the fiercest advocate women's reproductive freedom over a decade thing. And I promise you as president of the door closes, I will guarantee whims, no matter what we're moving to climb. Climb climb guys. Senator Harris addressing you first on this. You live in a state that has been hit by drought while fires flooding climate change is a major concern for boaters in your state. It's pretty obvious. Obviously the state as well last night. Voters heard many of the candidates weigh in on their proposals. Explain specifically, what you're. First of all, I don't even call the climate change climate crisis represents an existential threat to us as species, and the fact that we have a president of the United States was embraced science fiction over science fact, will be to our collective peril. I visited while the embers were smoldering the wildfires in California, I spoke with firefighters who were in the midst of fighting fire while their own homes were burning and on this issue, it is. It is a critical issue that is about what we must do to confront what is immediate and before us right now that is why I support a green new deal. It is why I believe on day one, and as president will reenter us in the Paris agreement because we have to take these issues seriously. And frankly, we have a president United States we talked about you ask before what is the greatest national security threat to the United States? It's Donald Trump, and I'm gonna tell you, and I'm gonna tell. Why? Because I agree climate change represents an existential threat. He denies the science. You wanna talk about North Korea, real threat in terms of nuclear arsenal. But what does he do? He embraces Kim Jong on a dictator for the sake of a photo up Putin. You wanna talk about we're gonna do the word of the Russian to the word of the American unity when it comes to a threat to our democracy and our election that said the issues that are before, Chuck, I'm here. Thank you said at her. In your climate plan. If you're elected president in your first term, how is this going to help farmers impacted by climate change in the mid west? The reality is, we need to begin a death thing right away, but we also can't skip the beat on preventing climate change from getting even worse. It's why we need aggressive in Embiid measures. That's why we need to do a carbon tax dividend. But I would propose we do it in a way that is rebate at out to the American people in a progressive fashion. So the most Americans are.

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"aca" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on WLAC

"Not observing it. And so that's the current status. And and so we're exempt from that requirement. But Secondly, we're exempt from all the other mandate of the ACA which allows you, and I and all the other members to engage to participate to lend our voice an opinion as to the way in which we shape our sharing program. So every year, we're submitting different aspects of the sharing program to members for their vote for their participation, and so it's member engaged member driven member decided, and that's really the dynamic that makes it person to person member to member participation and is that something from the beginning. When you founded it was that that just a rooted passion of yours to see that happen to see it. Multiply to see that be a standalone piece that anyone could choose. I was just convicted the only way in which we could proceed was to be in connection in community in harmony with each other not only meeting each other's medical expenses, but really being like-minded, and that's proven to be the case that as we attract health conscious and health aware individuals who join in with the mentality that their dollars that were here on earth. To another person whenever they're in need those dual emphasis, I has really proven the foundation and the basis for our continued success amazing, and they can choose their own doctors their own providers is that right? That's really essential to what I believe is our is our freedom of choice in terms of caring for our health. So we leave it up to the individual member to choose their own doctor their own hospital. Obviously we stand with them. Support them help explain the.

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"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Healthcare dot com is now get this rescue team healthcare is getting fixed. It was in the news all the time. And that year folks were pleasantly surprised with where the numbers ended up last year. They were pleasantly surprised because total sign up through healthcare dot gov. And then the state marketplace's ended up around eleven point eight million. It seems fairly likely as we sit here on Wednesday afternoon that the total number is going to come hundreds of thousands short this year. Let's move onto another topic. That's sort of related the idea of Medicare for all with lots of Democrats say. Saying look if we had a universal government health care system. We would not need to worry about the vagaries of this this politically charged program that has been carved out for the individual marketplace. Adam you wrote a great story this week on Medicare for all and the split within some Democrats and some interest groups over what to do next with Democrats taking over the house next year. What did you learn from that reporting? Sure what I think it was. I think it's obvious that there is going to be a lot of institutional deep-seated resistance to some kind of government run single payer healthcare system. That's that's not a surprise really to anybody. What I learned was I guess two things is one that the people who are against Medicare for all have been thinking about this a long time. So there's a major coalition of industry groups that began talks last August, which was only a couple of weeks after John McCain gave that infamous thumbs down that that basically tanked the less. Good shot at ACA repeal. At just three or four weeks after that, you have these groups coming together and talking about okay, that's done. How do we start talking about how to stop Medicare for all? But the depth of that resistance, and how organized it is already when you know, honestly, there's no shot of any kind of major healthcare overhaul passing for at least another two years that was kind of astonishing to me the second thing, I learned is that the talking points that these industry groups that these anti single payer movements are relying on sound very similar to Republican talking points against the ACA. You know, it's you know, we.

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"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"For insurance on the exchange. He was threatening to do all these things to affectively destroy in tank the markets, and there was a lot of stories being written about a lot of energy. There were grassroots rallies. I was talking to Senator Chris Murphy, he's a big ACA champions from Senator from Connecticut this morning, and I asked him about this question about why aren't Democrats out there? You know, louder and more often kind of trying to raise awareness, and he kind of bristled at the question a little bit. But he did say. There's so much else going on, you know, just over the last couple of weeks that has not has been I guess more important more front of center for senators congressmen that there just hasn't really been the time or the attention at this point on enrollment. I think you're seeing as we get to the end of open enrollment and the numbers are falling further and further behind from from where they were last year. I think you're seeing a surge of activity a lot of lawmakers. Posting on Twitter about enrollment information. He's saw President Obama putting out a video this week. I was getting a lot of attention. So I think there's sort of a late in the game effort to try to make up for the lack of outreach and awareness that we've seen marking the across from the beginning of November. And plus politically last year, it was it was advantage for Democrats to kind of rush and make this a a big issue because they could clearly pin things on the president and on Republicans and say, look, this is the consequence of all these attempts to repeal and replace the ACA now there is kind of not that that threat. And in fact, you know, you're going to have House Democrats in a sense taking a little bit of responsibility for what happens to the markets this coming year, so maybe not as much of a political impetus. It's interesting my pet theory has always been that the first year of open enrollment was saved from being a total disaster because the website was such a disaster that that it got so much attention. It became a leading story healthcare dot gov is broken.

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"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Is the most likely culprit in your mind else? Well, and there are so many. Changes between last year and this year that it's hard to single out any one particular factor in tribute and amount of the change to that. But there's a lot at play. And I think that we are seeing based on polling that really it. Just a lot of people don't know open Romans going on. They don't know when the new deadline is at they don't know how and when and where to sign up, and there were Kaiser polls indicating that seventy five percent of people don't know when the correct deadlines and a third of people had seen no information about science signing up. So this general lack of awareness lot of contributing factors there one it hasn't been in the news as much it's been drowned out by other things the beginning of open enrollment was right during the midterm election, which was obviously a huge news event that that overshadowed it and now we have this shutdown fight and all kinds of other things. So it's not getting the attention that it did last year last year. All the talk was about healthcare. This time about the attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. And also, I think we're seeing the compounding effect of the administration cutting its budget to inform people about open enrollment down to just ten percent of what it was originally. Sure. And you have all these kind of kind of I guess more economic and more situational factors is one. There's a stronger economy, and so perhaps more people are employed in therefore fewer people need to go to the exchanges to actually get healthcare. Every year at the same time. There are new options that are kind of spring up, and that people actually have been hearing about from the administration and elsewhere and one of those these kind of short term plans skimpier plants that are outside of the exchanges. These are now alternatives. And these are now alternatives that insurance brokers are selling so when people go in the brokers are saying, well, you have the plant you have the option between, you know, a comprehensive benefit ACA plan and the skimpier plan that hey, maybe it doesn't cover as much but at the same time, you're gonna pay far less. So there's kind of additional alternatives. And this is what the Trump administration has been trying to do is give people various pathways to decide for themselves. They say, you know, what they need what kind of benefits and how much. They wanna pay. This is also the first year where in most of the country, you can go without insurance and not have to pay a penalty because congress repealed the individual mandate last year and a couple of states have their own mandates. But just in those couple states not in the rest of the country. So I want to recap those possible culprits, we talked about the lack of awareness and to some extent organizing energy because all the Democrats and prominent progressive figures who last year.

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"aca" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"aca" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"The meek ACA system that covers the center center left and left is that the outlets identified politicians who are lying and criticize them as well the politicians who want to compete on being reality based actually having audience with compel the difference between crucifixion rather than just couldn't books. It's dozens of the party mine. So the politicians face completely different media audience incentives on the left then on the right? The outlets face completely different incentives and sources of discipline and the audience is therefore face completely different media ecosystem and on the right there simply reinforcement of telling the party nine and competing on. Who can do it in a more pure an extreme way? Whereas on the last you get this balance between trying to appeal to your voter's preferences. But at the same time being constrained by media ecosystem that will hold you to the facts of what you say. So what what what accounts for this difference? I mean, this is because and I think I mean. Is it? Is it simply what accounts from fr- to the extent that you have a sense what accounts for this difference? So the first thing that we need to learn from this difference is that most of current debates about what's happened to American political media has focused on technology. Whether it's the Facebook house or is or fake news, click bait of a spammers, or whether it's a Russian bonds, or or most of the stories, whichever they were had a strong technological component. Because both of these populations are actually at the Saint knowledgeable frontier. And in fact, if you look at us servings people on the left are younger, generally, and therefore used the technology more whereas people on the right, depend more heavily on traditional media. Like television.

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"aca" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"aca" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And is to expand participation in these exchanges you guys and i wanna talk to you about your tenure as hhs secretary but you you cut the budget for marketing of the aca by ninety percent that doesn't seem like a good plan to get more people to participate amazingly the same number of virtually the same number of people signed up this year as last despite the fact that the budget was cut by ninety percent but that's like a strategy would you conclude from that i would conclude that if you had invested more in in the marketing and making acceptable information about the that millions more people would have signed that's an illogical conclusion if the amount of money that was spent last year got the virtually the same number of individuals insured in on the exchanges did this year but we but was spent ten percent of what was spent exa sheer then then the conclusion could be reached that would say there was too much money being spent but we should point out also the the days to sign up or cut the number of days to senate were cut in half as well i think it's ill illogical to suggest that if you cut the sign up dates in half and you cut the marketing budget by ninety percent that the result yields exactly what it would have yielded if you had actually had a long sign up period and invested more money in and it just feels as if for ideological reasons that there was an effort to try and depress the number of people who signed the sign up time period we were trying to harmonize with medicare so the time period that we defined for the when i was there for that that short period of time was the same time period for sign up from from eddie care it works extremely well for medicare and we wanted to harmonize the two for for a ease of of administration but again the premise of your question is that the aca is the be all in the end all and that's the direction that we ought to be heading when in fact.

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"aca" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"aca" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Okay that's how it worked so when when miss boro made that change and she did add to force people into the aca obamacare policies that was a whole reason behind this just so we're clear on what was going on here well guess what last week uh president trump uh issued an an and another one of these regulations he's getting rid of unchanging this is not a political statement this is a factual statement ladies and gentlemen they are going to reinstate one year shortterm policies why is dead good news because you combine at wants to be done for the year so there are sixty days now of comments to the got to come out all right so we got a sixty this happened i believe i got a call from a gentleman who had left the white house two hours after the meeting with president and advised me mr john hart advise me that the thing had been passed and it was great news actually sent me a copy of it and so now we're going to have one year shortterm policies available bed is a really big deal all right a really big deal because they are extremely affordable comparatively speaking with the with the aca obamacare policies so i think this is going to give people another avenue to get insurance it's going to be much more affordable so here's the deal there's a 60day period for comments for people to to comment on this i i guess they put it up on one of the government websites and people can comment one way or another at the end of sixty days will probably take the carriers another thirty to sixty days to change their policies and get them in place so what i'm saying to his by midsummer or the very first uh probably month the fall these policies will be in place and you'll be able to buy them for the whole year that's going to make a very big difference right and i'm not sure if they're going to be written so that you can only buy them the way the way it set up now prior to this was you can only buy them for the calendar year i think that might change and you may be able to buy them for a policy year meaning that if you bought it in august it would be good until august of next year or july 31st whatever the case may.

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"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Benefit of all of the earned media around the aca political fight share i mean i think that's a great question um and i think the answer is in two parts so i think what we're experiencing in two thousand seventeen with coverage of the aca particularly coverage of its a potential loss with the repeal beal's feels really different to me and potentially has a different effect on the public then coverage during the sort of more whole home implementation years where the controversies still sparked attention and as you mentioned and so what i mean is this so we saw over you know is seven years of polling data that americans remained really polarized about the aca raid so consistently you know huge sixty point gap in support for the aca between democrats and republicans and actually surprisingly little movement if you look at the uh uh kaiser family foundation house tracking poll you see pretty flat lives in in in support or opposition really to the aca from two thousand ten all the way until this year and i think what that tells us about um the imf for me analysts active news is that uh the information about the aca and about enrollment games the fact that twenty million people gained insurance over this period wasn't really breaking through because of the politicization within coverage so if people are seeing news at has these political queues these strong symbols of you know democratic support for the line republican opposition to the law that's going to keep people um filtering news about the aca through their prior's if that makes sense so if you already know i'm a republican i'm supposed to not like the aca and then you continue to see those political queues in the media it's going to be harder for the information that have any kind of learning or educative affect is what it was what i would think of it as so i think that's sort of sets about politicization of news helped maintain these political filters through rich people are considering the aci considering its benefits or its harms people predisposed.

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"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"aca" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Benefit of all of the earned media around the aca political fight share i mean i think that's a great question um and i think the answer is in two parts so i think what we're experiencing in two thousand seventeen with coverage of the aca particularly coverage of its a potential loss with the repeal beal's feels really different to me and potentially has a different effect on the public then coverage during the sort of more whole home implementation years where the controversies still sparked attention and as you mentioned and so what i mean is this so we saw over you know is seven years of polling data that americans remained really polarized about the aca raid so consistently you know huge sixty point gap in support for the aca between democrats and republicans and actually surprisingly little movement if you look at the uh uh kaiser family foundation house tracking poll you see pretty flat lives in in in support or opposition really to the aca from two thousand ten all the way until this year and i think what that tells us about um the imf for me analysts active news is that uh the information about the aca and about enrollment games the fact that twenty million people gained insurance over this period wasn't really breaking through because of the politicization within coverage so if people are seeing news at has these political queues these strong symbols of you know democratic support for the line republican opposition to the law that's going to keep people um filtering news about the aca through their prior's if that makes sense so if you already know i'm a republican i'm supposed to not like the aca and then you continue to see those political queues in the media it's going to be harder for the information that have any kind of learning or educative affect is what it was what i would think of it as so i think that's sort of sets about politicization of news helped maintain these political filters through rich people are considering the aci considering its benefits or its harms people predisposed.

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"aca" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"aca" Discussed on KELO

"The aca in the state you reside pro yeah i longer that's been been counted federal benefit that's been talked about for a long time and the the difficulty is the same difficulty find with the bill at large is that once people enjoy a benefit it's very hard to take it away would you also take away the federal benefits away from judges like the john green before the number residing in the state anyway no no no another supreme court supreme court appeal to make a ruling on it but i mean there i think that the elected officials the better administration should we aim to explain to their constituents why they are okay with their constituents having a struggle within the this process i mean thing an outside source and it's a phenomenal force it's a religious sharing deal good say the name but if putting nominal at half the price and a half the deductible well good good and i'm glad i'm glad that works with you and see but your your point dan i i think about your own situation is some only and people are to keep in mind the number of people who are quote forced to use the aca the number of people who rely on medicaid and by the way most people get medicaid love it because it's free and i was talking to a medicaid recipients a couple of days ago who was very very happy with his medicaid coverage which has no deductible and very very low copays and wonderful but the the the point being that the number of people who are really really being hammered by the aca or people who are selfemployed are working for small companies that don't provide aid the insurance through the company's most people do get their insurance a place of work or they have some kind of an arrangement like you do that they're happier with i think your ideas very appealing to the cavs sticks to members of congress and forces them to try to look at the hardships of many americans but we we are going to need to rethink all of healthcare to provide people with more choices and that really should be the emphasis of a conservative reform is more choices not fewer choices when it comes to healthcare so what's the.

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"aca" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"aca" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Whole foods and that's how it happened he didn't hear that story anyway so bs those bs us and supposedly an arch enemy of trump's and verse vice up let's keep going this is the ceo of aca tom late while these aca my does if if you download the music on tv shows or movies from say items you're doing it over aca mayes pipes well maybe not their pie thanks but aca ma uh we have used them here at the eib network when you have massive hits on your server massive numbers of people needed download your data aca my is is one of the companies that that do this now apple is building out their own system in their own data center so eventually you'll be downloading straight from apple and they may have already gone they're not sure but aca my they are huge in this field and they're ceo is is tom late and here's what he said we protect government websites from attackers the majority of the government websites including white house daca the dnc could used you well it's an important job and as you can imagine there's a lot of folks out there trying to do vet things in an were delighted to help now this is all genuine these people could have turned down the request they will not meet you trump bureau brute europe pig meat with you you are already demonstrate you know what we're whether you're wanting to ban muslims you know you're willing to build the wall we don't agree with you they all showed up they listen to what trump had to say and by the way heroes would have been commodity here's donald trump admitting the united states here with you people out there you big leftist you what you think the government's the best place for things to happen it's the worst it's the worst place the man dejan economy it's the worst place to manage tag hits the word they will have anybody in their qualified all qualified people up in private sector doing it all the government does have a bunch of people administering it no i'm not a bunch of people like well the obama who doesn't have the slightest idea what he's doing but has the knack of sounding like he knows everything so trump invites these guys in and says look we need to modernize everything about our text circumstance here at the united states government he's asking for their help and for their input and in turn they asking for things.

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"aca" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"aca" Discussed on KOIL

"One of the favorite things i like to check out is the health walk review it's a good good resource for for people to to stay santa of these things wanted to take a moment to talk about some of the stories that i saw on their go ahead and share those on our facebook page as well one from insure blog looking on the congressional budget office with a factual critique uh on some of these things for example he he asserts four reasons why these cbs scores flawed noting that number one the pit the h c a individual roman against a ceos baseline for the aca and the bait sign is just an amount that they're estimating over time kind of like inflation so they might just say know it's gonna we're going to continue to add that and there's really no facts to back it up it's just an assumption so i guess you know work when you hear that these arguments of all these people are going to lose coverage is an assumption on an assumption but the overestimated enrollment any a c a by four million already than what is that it actually has happened because the aca his underperforming not not saying that the age she is any better but be aware of these little nuance is as your comparing that uh the also the ceo also assume that under current law would states would embrace the aca medicaid expansion we've seen that that hasn't played out an all all all the states they also assumed that health plan and role is won't have comprehensive coverage but they don't of defined what that conflict comprehensive coverage really is and then finally this assertion they are of questioning the legitimacy of yasser same because the the implications of the forecast is that millions.

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