IT MATTERS WHO WE ELECT: OBAMACARE BY THE NUMBERSSeven states (Wyoming, Kansas, Oklahoma, Alabama, South Carolina, Alaska, and North Carolina) have only one insurance company to choose from starting in 2017.Five other states have at least 50% of their “ratings regions” with only one private insurance company offering service plans. This means that nearly one quarter of all U.S. counties will have only one or two plans to choose from next year.
Et tu Rochester? Here we go again! Rochester wants to gamble with taxpayer $$“Another Minnesota city is debating jumping on the municipal broadband wagon and ignoring the risks and disastrous fate of similar projects. This time it's some on the Rochester City Council and Rochester Public Utilities who seek to join nearly 450 communities that have invested over $2 billion to construct, own and operate some form of taxpayer-funded, government-owned Internet service.Before the Roche...
Nearly 23 percent of Americans who call a major American city home today live in poverty. And the rate is growing: from 2000 – 2013, the poverty rate in the 20 largest cities in America grew by nearly 36 percent, to this new “normal of 23 percent.” Nationally, the number of Americans living in poverty grew more modestly: from 11.3 percent in 2000 to 14.8 percent in 2014. However, there’s one city that has defied this trend and saw a declining rate ...
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