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Grant Given Up Over Privacy

Morrisey says health care law consumers’ data must be protected

September 9, 2013

CHARLESTON (AP) — A West Virginia nonprofit has turned down a federal grant it received to help residents navigate new health insurance options under the Affordable Care Act after it received an......

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Sep-09-13 12:34 PM

Don't tell the NSA they have competition!

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Sep-09-13 4:16 AM

ironmean, Everyone needs a handout! Grant grabbers everywhere......

I'm sure they will print a brochure and have it at the admission desk at the hospitals. $50,000 for the brochure and $550,000 for the "hard work" of distributing the information!

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Sep-09-13 3:38 AM

am not bewildered by the Attorney general doing his job! I am bewildered why the Federal government is spending 641,617.00 to pay someone to tell us which health care to choose. Do they think we are that Illiterate. Giving the big savings and the low premiums that they tout will come about averaging approximately $200.00 and in some cases $100.00 a month look how many premiums that could pay for us poor illiterate West Virginian’s I mean after all its our tax money too!!! Given the high side of their prediction of $200.00 per month that would be 3,208 West Virginia’s getting assistance with paying with health care premiums!!! Gee is it that easy!! Then again your Congressmen and senators would rather help the radical Muslims fighting Syria with your money than rebuild the country they have allowed to deteriorate. All I can say is the democrats baked our cake now we have to eat it!!! Or do we!!

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