What the Obamacare Numbers Don’t Saythe Editors
Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Amid the hubbub over yesterday’s embarrassingly low initial enrollment numbers for the Affordable Care Act, it’s worth remembering those numbers are useful for one thing only: hinting at whether the law will perform as advertised. As it turns out, the numbers provide little hint about anything.
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