Many Low Income College Students are Feeling the Obamacare Pinch

Sir Alexander Arnold Constantine Issigonis, a car designer who famously devised the Mini, once said: “A camel is a horse designed by a committee.” The quote largely sums up Obamacare – a misshapen amalgam of oft-contradictory provisions assembled, seemingly haphazardly, to try and please everyone. In so doing it should please absolutely no one. The…
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Rising Costs for Young People is a Feature, Not a Bug, of Obamacare

With every new day comes another example of how Obamacare hurts young people by dramatically raising the cost of their insurance. The latest evidence comes from the Ohio Department of Insurance, which announced on Thursday that the average individual-market health insurance premium in 2014 will increase by 88 percent compared to 2013. Here’s Avik Roy,…
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The Affordable Care Act Proving to be Anything But Affordable for Young Adults

During the fiscal cliff debate President Obama tried to frame everything in terms of people paying their “fair share.” So long as you “worked hard and played by the rules” the federal government would be there to make sure you had a decent life. It’s rhetoric that resonates with many Americans. Who could be against…
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