As a recent CBS News poll found, age is one of the primary determinants of how a person feels about Social Security and Medicare.
President Obama today announced a political fix for his healthcare law that would allow Americans to keep their current insurance plans for one year through 2014. Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, released the following statement in response to the president’s announcement.
It’s week two of the government shutdown, and the Washington blame game over who is most responsible for the shutdown is in full-swing. Picking up where our blog from last week left off, we looked at social media sentiment using our analytics tools Crimson Hexagon and Topsy.
The myriad of programs and regulations set up by the 2010 Affordable Care Act might end up reducing health care premiums for some people, but that doesn’t mean costs will go down.
While Republicans and Democrats fight over a plan to delay Obamacare, certain parts of the law have been delayed due to complications.
The debt ceiling drama is starting to heat up and so is the rhetoric.
The budget battles in the Senate rage on this week, as Senate Republicans are determined to bring a budget vote to the Senate floor.
Public Notice’s Executive Director, Gretchen Hamel, joins To The Contrary panel to discuss Obama’s jobs plan, remembering 9/11, and more….
Washington has been “spending as if there is no limit, they spend as if the money will never run out. It’s like buying everything even though….
“We are on a [spending] path that is unsustainable….