Voters Split on Supreme Court Justice Nomination

Voters Split on Supreme Court Justice Nomination

American voters are narrowly divided on whether or not a Supreme Court Justice by the Senate in October 2020. Forty-six percent of those polled want to postpone any Supreme Court Justice nomination until after a new presidency begins in January, according to The Hill on October 7. The poll, conducted by SSRS Research, found a narrow […]

ACA Funding Frozen by Trump Administration

ACA Funding Frozen by Trump Administration

Since its inception, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been vilified by the GOP. On July 9, 2017, the Trump Administration announced a funding freeze for the risk adjustment program. This plan was designed to protect insurers from substantial losses. In 2017, the bill for this program totaled $10.4 billion. “The health plans pay into a […]

Tax Season 2016 Just the Facts

Tax Season 2016 Just the Facts

Changes to prepare for in the 2016 tax season.  According to The Columbian newspaper, taxpayers who do not have health insurance may be subject to larger penalties, however, some taxpayers may qualify for an exemption; there are exemptions, which are listed further down the page. Those who receive insurance from their jobs will have a new […]

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