Kansas Election 2014
8:00 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Kansas: Incumbent U.S. Senator Roberts signs Obamacare repeal

U.S. Senator Pat Roberts
Credit roberts.senate.gov

Republican U.S. Senator Pat Roberts recently signed a pledge sponsored by the conservative women’s organization, Independent Women’s Voice.  The pledge is to repeal, defund and dismantle the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare blogged Peter Hancock for the Lawrence Journal-World.

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Affordable Care Act
8:00 pm
Mon November 11, 2013

Huelskamp: A tactical change on Obamacare


The same man who was pushing to shut down the government just a few weeks ago to defund the Affordable Care Act, now says another government shutdown to stop funding for ACA isn’t likely to happen in January according to a recent Politico story

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8:00 pm
Sun October 13, 2013

Obamacare Symposium in Amarillo: Panhandle Politicians Speak

An audience member asks a question Thursday in Amarillo Civic Center during Amarillo Area Foundation's Obamacare symposium.
Credit Michael Schumacher / AGN Media

The Amarillo Area Foundation recently hosted a symposium hoping to provide answers many have about the Affordable Care Act which many have dubbed Obamacare. Health care providers, administrators, business owners, and other citizens came to find out more according to the Amarillo Globe News.

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Harvest Public Media story
12:19 pm
Fri September 20, 2013

Obamacare could be a tough sell in rural America

Bob Bernt calls helping people buy insurance a band-aid for the country's health problems. He thinks the government should focus more on diet and nutrition than insurance coverage.
Credit Grant Gerlock/Harvest Public Media

The Affordable Care Act, often called “Obamacare,” takes a big step forward Oct. 1 when new health insurance marketplaces open for enrollment. Rural families are more likely to qualify for subsidized coverage, but reaching them to sign up will be part of the challenge.

So, will farm country take advantage of new health insurance subsidies? That’s the question in Nebraska.

Almost 200,000 Nebraskans don’t have health insurance. Nearly half of them are spread across the state’s rural areas.

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