Biden: Significant Spikes in Cost of ObamaCare Seen in States Where There’s Only One Competitor

‘Mr. Biden acknowledged there is a need for, quote, changes in the law to address that issue which he suggested could be accomplished administratively’

ROSEN: "While top White House and health officials touted the success of ObamaCare with the uninsured rate having dropped to a new low, 8.6%, Vice President Biden acknowledged last week a separate problem with the president's signature domestic initiative."
BIDEN [video]: "There is a concern now, the number of companies that are pulling out and leaving these potential significant spikes in the cost of being part of the ACA in states where there's only one competitor, for example."
ROSEN: "And Mr. Biden acknowledged there is a need for, quote, changes in the law to address that issue which he suggested could be accomplished administratively. Bret?"

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