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News Briefing for Friday, January 2, 2015

HEALTHCARE: Obamacare PR push goes silent “Health care reform advocates who struggled for decades to pass Obamacare left the job half-undone. They failed to sell it. They also underestimated the unrelenting intensity and duration of the opposition that makes the law so vulnerable to legislative and legal challenges even now, nearly five years after its passage. The White House and its allies are trying fresh messaging strategies for 2015 enrollment, including a lower-key sales pitch and narratives from real people who are happy with their coverage. Those success stories didn’t exist before coverage began one year ago. Yet the messaging missteps ...

News Briefing for Monday, December 22, 2014

HEALTHCARE: A Firsthand Account of What It's Like to Re-Enroll for Obamacare (State-Based Exchange) “What it's like to re-enroll in Obamacare - With that in mind, and with the Dec. 15 deadline to re-enroll and be covered by Jan. 1, 2015, bearing down on me this past weekend, I decided it was time to re-enroll myself for healthcare in my home state of Washington (a state-run exchange). Let me walk you through what it was like re-enrolling for health insurance on my end so you can get a better feel for what might be going right and wrong with the process as a whole. If I had to sum up my enrollment experience in just a few short words I would ...

News Briefing for Wednesday, September 10

Below are some of the news stories that we are reading today. HEALTHCARE: Americans Still Not Sold on Obamacare – WSJ/NBC Poll “Voters who think the federal health law is a bad idea still significantly outnumber those who think it’s a good idea heading into November midterms, the new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows. Among all registered voters captured in the September poll, 34% are in favor of the 2010 Affordable Care Act, and 48% are against it. Most respondents who have an opinion say they feel strongly about it, and there are also clear party divisions in position: 82% of Republicans feel the law is bad, and 63% of ...