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Nearly 1 Million New Yorkers Sign Up For Insurance Under Health Law

June 26, 2014

ALBANY (AP) — More than 960,000 New York residents signed up for insurance under the state’s new health plan marketplace during its first enrollment period, according to a state report issued......

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Jun-27-14 3:38 PM

Monkey, you are a credit to your progressive party. The Obamacare law was passed in Congress WITHOUT ONE SINGLE REPUBLICAN VOTE!!!! If you remember, and obviously that is a stretch, you Dems controlled the House, the Senate and the White House and the Republicans had ABSOLUTELY NO POWER TO DO ANYTHING. You are pathetically ignorant, or worse.

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Jun-27-14 2:26 PM

Just as I expected, you can not back up your claims. When you have some actual facts come back and play. Until then go worship at your Obama alter.

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Jun-27-14 1:28 PM

Loner, do your own homework.

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Jun-27-14 1:09 PM

You can't even admit that Obama never tried for a "single payer" system. The ACA was his crowning achievement according to him. Can you please show me some facts that a "single payer" was what the ACA started out as.(before the GOP gutted it as you claim)

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Jun-27-14 12:30 PM

We would have a system like Canada if the Republicans had not gutted it. Put the blame where it belongs. When did you become a Socialist, Loner?

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Jun-26-14 5:41 PM

Those that think it's affordable either have to much money to waste or they think obamaman is God. Bad program. System was broken before now it has collapsed. If you could trust those in the Senate to leave the money alone I would advocate for a system like Canada has. Socialized Healthcare and socialized voter ID. Both are needed here.

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Jun-26-14 11:04 AM

We signed up for a plan and then my hours at work got cut doen to half of what they figured for yesrly income. Now can't afford to pay for it and then pay the doctor to up to the huge deductible. Cancelled it. Big joke can't see where it is afforable.

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Jun-26-14 5:47 AM

I look at this as excellent news, especially the last line about the decrease in insurance premiums.

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