Linda Gorman describes how the so-called Affordable Care Act required one Coloradan to leave Colorado’s high-risk pool for a plan on Colorado’s health insurance exchange, Connect for Health Colorado. The premiums are similar, but the exchange plan’s a narrow physician network did not include her doctor. Read more: Colorado Health Exchange Premiums Roughly Equal to Those of High Risk Pool | John Goodman’s Health Policy Blog | NCPA.org.
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Colorado Health Exchange premiums ~ equal to high-risk pool premiums, and you can’t keep your doctor.
If you internet service provider violated the contract you made with them by canceled your policy (say you’re hogging bandwidth) is that a reason for government to create a tax-funded “public internet service provider”? Of course not. The ISP in this case has violated its contractual agreement to a customer, and the purpose of government is in this case is to enforce the contract and have the ISP compensate you (the victim of the rights violation) for damages.