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Consumers Union expert demystifies the Affordable Care Act

Lynn QuincyIn case you missed the excellent explanation of the Affordable Care Act by Lynn Quincy of Consumers Union at this morning’s NC Policy Watch Crucial Conversation breakfast in Raleigh, don’t fret — we’ll have a video of the event posted shortly. In the mean time, click here to view a PDF version of Lynn’s slides — which also include several helpful web links to sites maintained by the folks at Consumers Union/Consumer reports.

2 Comments


  1. Jim Wiseman

    December 10, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    Finally, an expert! She must be the only person who has actually read the whole thing. Or does she just listen to Obama sycophants? Hearing the terms “expert” and “excellent” makes me think so.

  2. Alan

    December 10, 2013 at 10:05 pm

    Jim,

    You’re an expert on healthcare and 3D printed polymers also?

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