Now the American Association of Retired Persons is trying to get out of its grip.

There is more. Not merely does the business stand to benefit financially from its support – – which, by the real way, can be under investigation by the House Ways and Means Committee – – however now the AARP wants to become exempted from the law’s requirements and has requested, and received, a waiver from the administration. It seems the group’s support for the legislation wasn’t such a good idea for its own employees. ‘Within an e-mail sent to AARP employees, the organization indicated that health care premiums increase by 8 %, to 13 %, as a result of rapidly rising medical costs,’ said a report in the New American. ‘In addition, it told its employees that it will be changing co-payments and deductibles to avoid a 40-% taxes on high-cost health plans that would take effect in 2018.’ Never mind that Obamacare can be an abject failure when it comes to its stated reasons: to make sure Americans had adequate usage of quality healthcare also to lower the cost of providing that treatment..

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