Thursday, April 24, 2014

Wait, are those dinosaurs or negative unintended consequences of government force?

Going forward, however, the feds aren't kicking in as much cash, which means that states running their own exchanges have to figure out how to fund their own operations. Trouble is, the enrollment numbers aren't working out quite the way they were expected in some places. So states are considering some additional measures—by which I mean fees—to make up the difference.  For example, Colorado is considering instituting a $13 million fee to keep its exchange fiscally afloat.

Ah yes, the march of the negative unintended consequences...

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