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Feds ask Blue Cross Blue Shield not to release exchange numbers


Hahaha and people still bow in awe in front of the most inept a-hole to ever hangout in the White House.

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udtiger
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Transparency, bitches.





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Lsut81
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Feds ask Blue Cross Blue Shield not to release exchange numbers


Or risk being audited by the IRS






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TigerTattle
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Still, a spokeswoman from Blue Cross Blue Shield says about 14 North Dakotans have signed up for coverage since the federal exchange went live Oct. 1. That brings total statewide enrollment to 20 – less than one a day.
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Medica spokesman Greg Bury said the company had received enrollment files but had not yet verified them and thus did not have an enrollment count.
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Sanford had enrolled six customers as of Tuesday, spokesman Darren Huber said.


So sad.






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TrueTiger
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Transparency, bitches.


The numbers are so good they are afraid that everyone will be dancing in the streets, which will disrupt the delicate economy.






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idlewatcher
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BCBS should troll this Admin and release them. Just imagine getting just one of the big carriers to come out against the ACA. shite would hit the fan

Although probably not likely b/c they are, through the veiled gov't threats, are profiting from this.






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Paluka
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Although probably not likely b/c they are, through the veiled gov't threats, are profiting from this.


How long will they be making serious money if the ACA folds, continues with terrible enrollment numbers, or is delayed for a year? The potential hit to their bottom line will increase premiums for everyone.






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mmcgrath
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BCBS should troll this Admin and release them.
they did. Not sure why the admin would be afraid of low numbers in North Dakota. It's North Dakota after all...






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CamdenTiger
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Most transparent administration ever??? Besides transforming America, have they said anything that was true?





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CajunAngele
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When government controls the private sector what is this called?






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Jbird
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When government controls the private sector what is this called?


Utopia for the dumbasses?






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Bard
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When government controls the private sector what is this called?


None of the Lefties are going to bite on that






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TigerMyth36
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North Dakota is booming at the moment. Old school goldrush style.





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