Wednesday, January 13, 2016


As we reported last month, newly-elected Blue Grass State Governor Matt Bevin announced that he'd be pulling the plug on its legally-questionable  health insurance exchange, Kynect. And so he has:

"Gov. Matt Bevin has notified federal authorities he plans to dismantle kynect ... goal is to eliminate "the redundancy" of Kentucky's online health exchange."

As we noted in December, all the panty-twisters' protestations are, in fact, meritless, since the program itself was simply an exercise in phone-and-penmanship by former Governor Bashear. And there's this: "most Kentuckians are paying for the service through the 1 percent surcharge for a service that only a fraction of Kentuckians use." I thought O'Care supporters were all in for "fairness."

Guess that depends on the definition of "fair."
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