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Valley Pain Management Clinic Allegations Clarified

Chalifoux: Information Misleading

July 27, 2014

WHEELING — Last week started out with warnings of a potential threat to the public’s health, and ended with clarification about what allegedly happened at Dr....

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Jul-28-14 8:28 AM

You can tell by many comments that a lot of people think of the Federal Gov as something as big as the weather, all powerful and the center of all money. Few realize that they just collect/spend your money to suit themselves and whatever bowling team they represent. Its your money, Obama is not using "Fed" money, he is just using your money. Not income tax..withhodling from your check. FEMA is your fees that Obama will "give out" with big smiles when there is a disaster. People are slowly realizing that Obamacare will be paid for by those who work. Your employer is bullied/fined if they dare retain your benefit program. Working paychecks are the key element. YOU have to join or Obama cannot "big smiles" give your money as insurance to those who don't work. Your weekly/monthly paycheck is being used to farm votes for politicians, not for YOU. Soc Sec is the same misuse of money paid in over a lifetime of work, and paid out to lawyers and bad back

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Jul-27-14 1:06 PM

And guess who PAYS when insurance companies lose money?

From the LA Times, "The Obama administration has quietly adjusted key provisions of its signature healthcare law to potentially make billions of additional taxpayer dollars available to the insurance industry if companies providing coverage through the Affordable Care Act lose money.

The move was buried in hundreds of pages of new regulations issued late last week."

With too many old/sick and not enough young/healthy signed up next year will see a tough decision needed. Increase premiums or give insurance companies billions of taxpayer dollars to make up for the loss.

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Jul-27-14 12:59 PM

"Eighteen percent of Americans, or fewer than one in five, say they or someone in their family is better off because of the Affordable Care Act, according to a new poll by CNN. Nearly twice that number, 35 percent, say they or someone in their family is worse off. A larger group, 46 percent, say they are about the same after Obamacare as before.

In nearly all demographic categories — age, income, education, etc. — more people say they are worse off because of Obamacare than say they are better off."

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Jul-27-14 9:18 AM

This is old news.Now for some real news.

ACA =Obamacare = refund for SEVEN MILLION.

When was the last time your health insurance agency gave you a refund,I bet NEVER.

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