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-- polling information out this week indicates widespread public confusion.
About some of the base -- to the president's Health Care Reform law.
And not as likely to get worse with delays and changes coming more frequently.
Chief national correspondent Jim Angle has the latest.
The Obama administration starting to miss his own deadlines raising questions about the individual insurance exchanges due to be ready this fall.
They provided no evidence to anyone that it will be ready only offering.
Vague assurances that they will do -- HHS secretary gambling -- -- insist they'll be ready though the administration recently delayed a special exchange for small businesses for an entire year.
Now it is also delayed until Tony fifty in a program championed by democratic senator Maria Cantwell -- basic health plan option -- managed care program having now used in Washington State to Asia and she's not happy about it.
We're very concerned.
From about the approach by the agency in trying to thwart.
That plan is much less expensive than Obama care with premiums 112 the cost and out of pocket admitted only 14 as much or get well wondered if -- vigils were afraid of competition for the exchanges.
Is -- -- bias somewhere in the administration.
Against lower cost managed care delivery systems that the act calls for.
In exchange for -- the exchange.
Aside from delays three smaller part to the original law have already failed.
Congress overwhelmingly -- one provision for small businesses to file IRS forms -- they spent more than 600 dollars a year with anyone firm.
Then the class act would have provided long term care but fell apart over -- financing they pulled the plug on -- themselves.
Can congress repeal that and finally a program to cover people with preexisting conditions until obamacare took hold also collapse.
Stranding seriously ill patients without care and there's always an argument over cost a nonpartisan group of actuaries recently found obamacare would mean a huge increase in overall health spending.
The individual market cost increases are gonna go up around 32% overall.
And it cost rise so do insurance premiums in -- and one of the basic promises of obamacare that it would lower costs and save money -- Jim thank you.
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