Insurers grow sick of Obamacare
The health insurance industry can't wait for ObamaCare's first enrollment season to be over so that it can have a break from dealing with the White House, sources on K Street say. Insurers feel that the administration has taken advantage of them by making repeated delays and changes to the law, even as they have gone above and beyond the call of duty to fix problems with the rollout. The administration is nursing grievances as well, feeling insurers don't have the best interests of consumers at heart and should temper their criticism as they do more to make the law work.
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