IWV Blog Posts:
Independent Women's Voice joins a large coalition of free-market and conservative organizations today to endorse House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp's legislation to slow down the IRS's reckless rush to regulate political speech in the middle of the current tax year. Camp's bill is expected on the House floor this week.
Remember Julia? She just turned 26, and she has her own web design business. But her story is a little different now that ObamaCare is in effect. Check out the new storybook campaign - Real Life of Julia - illustrating the real-life consequences Julia faces under ObamaCare.
Town-Hall Tour Kicks Off in Dupage County Illinois --- Health Care and Insurance Industry Experts Explain the Consequences of ObamaCare and Answer Questions from Those with Cancelled Health Insurance Policies
By Hadley Heath
As featured in The Daily Caller
In Virginia, the debate about expanding Medicaid – the government health insurance program for low-income people – has centered on one thing: money. Proponents argue that because federal tax dollars will fund the lion’s share of the expansion, Virginia could benefit with no additional costs. Meanwhile, opponents argue that ultimately, the commonwealth will pay a high price for expanding a program that already strains the state budget.
Can't keep your health care plan? Received a cancellation letter? We know that ObamaCare is causing this happen to people all across America — your family, your friends, your co-workers, your employees. Maybe even you. That's why we launched MyCancellation.com.
by Heather R. Higgins & William W. Pascoe III
as featured in The Huffington Post
As Congress decides this week - the deadline is Thursday - which form of special exemption from Obamacare they are going to give their staff (the Administration's August directive provides both a loophole to either fully exempt some staff from ObamaCare's requirement that they go on the exchanges, or else puts them on the exchanges but then gives them a special subsidy from the cost, unlike any other American), they need to remember that both forms are still carve-outs from the law and special treatment for themselves, and a "silver bullet" issue at the ballot box.
by Heather R. Higgins
As featured in National Review Online
Clashing tactics led to squandered opportunities, but the Right can still unite to defeat O’Care.