The Affordable Care Act banned some of the private insurance industry’s worst practices, like denying coverage based on preexisting conditions, but that doesn’t mean they were just going to stop trying to find ways to get out of paying for customers’ health care. It simply started a game of consumer protection whac-a-mole where the industry comes up with innovative ways to screw sick people.
|By: Steve Horn Monday April 23, 2012 12:55 pm|
TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline permit hangs in the balance, up for a potential Senate vote this week, having already passed the House as part of the Transportation Bill last week. Other companies, meanwhile, are wasting no time pushing their own respective tar sands pipeline proposals while that drama unfolds.