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  1. I believe there is much validity to this subject/article. I’ve been seeing this come back around slowly but surely. Before moving back to Indiana in 1999, I worked for Group Health Cooperative in Washington state for several years, which while I was working for them, became part of Kaiser Permanente. If you think about it, if you know that you, as a healthcare consumer, won’t have as much choice for your providers/hospital network (narrow networks) or the type of plan (which would be almost exclusively HDHP in the coming years’ otherwise), wouldn’t you rather have an HMO where you don’t have the huge deductible before benefits kick-in?

  2. Steve, you mean act as a concierge in the sale of the company and demand a 13% commission from the selling price? I am certain top management has already covered that angle.

  3. A federal judge (Ronald A. White) appointed by President George W. Bush in 2003 and who is from the state liberal bastion of Oklahoma ruled against the Affordable Care Act. That being said, sadly my gut tells me it will be a 5-4 decision against the government which strip subsidies from 8 million Americans.

  4. So Amtrack, who started this mess my threatening to cut off service, who did not bid in the open bidding process, is now trying to finagle their way back into the process? I thought the whole idea was to switch service over to a private contractor, and now the government owned rail is trying to get back in?

  5. The $3 admission tax is paid by the casino. Entering a casino is free to the individual. I really can't see how lowering taxes casino's pay will lead to more gambling/gamblers. Let them move on land if they want, and do away with other similar burdens. That could help.