ObamaCare Startup Costs Soar to Over $73 Billion
MANCHESTER – An independent study released by Bloomberg Government shows that implementation of Obamacare has cost more than $73 billion since 2010. This figure is substantially greater than what the Congressional Budget Office initially estimated health care reform would cost by this point.
“Part of that total is the cost of healthcare. gov, the flawed website and related enrollment system intended to expand U.S. health insurance coverage,” wrote senior healthcare analyst Peter Gosselin. “BGOV’s analysis shows that costs for both healthcare. gov and the broader reform effort are far greater than anything publicly discussed.”
Frank Guinta released the following statement:
“Obamacare has created a significant economic cost to middle class Granite Staters in the form of lost productivity, fewer jobs and greater health care costs. It has also reduced choice in doctors, eliminated hospitals from the system, and forced thousands in New Hampshire off their plans despite promises to the contrary. With a broken website and millions of Americans still uninsured, Obamacare has been a disaster. This study confirms that Carol Shea-Porter’s continued support for Obamacare is wrong for our healthcare system, wrong for the United States and wrong for New Hampshire.”