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ObamaCare will boost, not cut, the cost of health care
Victorville Daily Press

Three years after passage and about nine months before it takes full effect, reviews are in on the Affordable Care Act. In some cases, reviewers come close to flunking ObamaCare. The prognosis, say many, doesn’t look promising, and could get worse.

A recent Manhattan Institute study used a report-card format to measure how well the law has reduced costs. “(W)e give ObamaCare’s cost-cutting efforts a grade C,” with the notation: “Weak evidence that reforms will achieve their intended goals or growing evidence of unintended consequences.”