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Local Tea Party in North Carolina Plans Big Impact on National Election

  The Jackson County Patriots kicked off a statewide NC Tea Billboard Project in typical tea party fashion waving flags to passing motorists.  Many drivers in this conservative area, honked in response. Starting in their Western North Carolina backyard with billboards in Cullowhee and Sylva, they plan to put up 15 to 60 in strategic locations across the state. The billboard project is a co-operative effort of multiple Tea Party organizations across the state and is supported by a grant from the nation’s largest Tea Party group, the Tea Party Patriots, Inc. These tea party patriots expect to have a big impact on North Carolina, where, in ...

News Briefing for Tuesday, December 2, 2014

HEALTHCARE: GAO: Largest Health Insurers Have Gotten Even Bigger Since Obamacare Passed “Obamacare made it through Congress with top Democrats’ constant assertions that big, corporate insurance companies were the problem, but in the three years after the health-care law passed those insurers only got richer.  The three largest insurance companies held an average of 86 percent of all customers in the individual health insurance market in 2013, up from 83 percent in 2010, when Obamacare was passed, according to a report from the nonpartisan General Accountability Office. It doesn’t look like that’s changing much this year. A September GAO ...

News Briefing for Friday, October 24, 2014

HEALTHCARE: ObamaCare rate increases fuel Republican attacks ahead of midterm elections “ObamaCare rate increases are coming to some key battleground states, fueling Republican attacks ahead of next month’s midterm elections. “It looks like we're going to have double digit premium increases in places like Alaska, and Iowa and Louisiana, said health economist John Goodman. “Where we've got very close races for Senate, and Republican candidates are making a big deal over this." The next ObamaCare open enrollment season begins Nov. 15, just 11 days after the Nov. 4 elections. Because the enrollment season is so close, the rate increases in ...

News Briefing for Thursday, September 18

Below are some of the news stories that we are reading today. HEALTHCARE:   Obamacare's Next Open Enrollment Starts In Two Months - And It Will Be Awful http://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/2014/09/17/obamacares-next-open-enrollment-starts-in-two-months-and-it-will-be-awful/   With New Health Law, Shopping Around Can Be Crucial “If you bought health insurance at an Affordable Care Act marketplace this year, it really pays to look around before renewing your coverage for next year. The system is set up to encourage people to renew the policies that they bought last year — and there are clear advantages to doing so, ...