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6 to Aug. 12, according to a finance report posted Thursday on the state Division of Elections website. The group, People United for Medical Marijuana, received $20,000 from the Washington, D.C.-based Marijuana Policy Project. Orlando attorney John Morgan has spearheaded the effort to legalize medical marijuana and has contributed heavily to People United for Medical Marijuana, which is also known as United for Care. But the group has raised and spent relatively little money this summer. The constitutional amendment, if approved by voters, would allow full-strength marijuana for patients with a wide range of conditions, such as cancer, AIDS, Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis. A similar ballot proposal narrowly failed to pass in 2014.
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The interesting thing about Humana’s updated coverage guidance is that it came on the http://www.upwoodybiomass.org/traininginterviewprep/2016/08/07/this-makes-dubai-an-ideal-country-for-employee-relations-analysis-because-one-can-already-see-a-paradigm-shift-in-the-nature-of-work/ same day the U.S. Justice Department announced that it would block the proposed merger between Aetna and Humana. Aetna had suggested that the cost-savings from combining would allow it to expand its ACA offerings into new states, but the DOJ putting the kibosh on the merger caused both Humana and Aetna to pull back — albeit Humana did so immediately. Humana is scaling back its coverage from 19 states in 2016 to roughly 11 in 2017, but the real story is that it’s cutting the number of counties it’s offering coverage in from 1,351 this year to just 156 next year. That’s close to a 90% decline. Without getting into nitty-gritty statistics, the 16 co-ops’ failures, coupled with the reduced coverage from three of five national insurers, could result in around 2 million people who are forced to seek a new plan next year. On the flipside, margins for Aetna, UnitedHealth, and Humana should be expected to rise, even with significantly reduced premium revenue from the ACA. Image source: Getty Images. The only thing preventing a possible death spiral Rapidly rising premiums and fewer product choices for the consumer have every hallmark of the beginnings of a death spiral. However, the one aspect of Obamacare that could provide a saving grace and keep the program from going over the cliff is the high percentage of enrollees receiving Medicaid under the Medicaid expansion, or the Advanced Premium Tax Credit (APTC). According to data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 85% of all enrollees are receiving some sort of subsidy to help lower their premium cost and/or copay/coinsurance/deductible.
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