By Pat Orr
Apple Valley Review
In a quick review of the “success” of the Un-Affordable Care Act in our state we find that a whopping 430,000 Californians have signed on to Covered California (the Browncare version of Obamacare) as of Jan. 1. While signing “on” doesn’t guarantee these folks are actually insured, it’s a start.
We also recall that 1,087,169 of our neighbors had their individual insurance policies cancelled in 2013 under the new rules. So as a result, we have 657,169 more uninsured people in California today than we did in January 2013.