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List of obamacare exempt companies.

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What's going on is that you need to learn the difference between exempt and waiver...

 

 

Same difference. What this means is that this huge list of companies and/or orgs. don't have to participate in the disaster that is 0bamacare. Wonder how many of them threw a buck or two the messiahs way?

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Same difference. What this means is that this huge list of companies and/or orgs. don't have to participate in the disaster that is 0bamacare. Wonder how many of them threw a buck or two the messiahs way?

 

Totally different...That is like saying "guilty" and "not guilty" are the same thing...

 

Every single one of those companies will be participating when their WAIVER expires in 2014...

 

EVERY SINGLE ONE....

 

Thus the title of the thread is completely false and inaccurate...

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  • The waivers only apply to one provision of the law – the provisions phasing out annual limits. Insurance companies and employers that receive waivers must comply with all other parts of the Affordable Care Act.
     
  • The waivers last one year. Insurance companies must reapply for the waivers each year between now and 2014 when annual limits on coverage will be completely prohibited and individuals will have more affordable and better private insurance choices in the competitive Exchange markets.
     
  • All employers and insurers that offer mini-med plans may apply for a waiver if they demonstrate that there will be large increases in premiums or a significant decrease in access to coverage without a waiver.
     

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Except that they were issued waivers, which expire...

 

Totally different...

 

 

You don't like my thread title. Fine. Don't read it. They are exempt. So that exemption will run out and they will aplly again but as of now they are exempt.

 

You're just getting yourself all worked up like any good liberal will do when confronted with the FACTS when they go against your messiah. Go crawl back in whatever hole you crawled out of.

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You don't like my thread title. Fine. Don't read it. They are exempt. So that exemption will run out and they will aplly again but as of now they are exempt.

 

You're just getting yourself all worked up like any good liberal will do when confronted with the FACTS when they go against your messiah. Go crawl back in whatever hole you crawled out of.

 

Fact is very simple..They were issued waivers..There are no exemptions to the law..

 

Sorry to burst your tiny bubble, but that's the facts..

 

Just trying to help you get your facts straight, which apparently is a very difficult task for the less informed, as yourself...

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You don't like my thread title. Fine. Don't read it. They are exempt. So that exemption will run out and they will aplly again but as of now they are exempt.

 

You're just getting yourself all worked up like any good liberal will do when confronted with the FACTS when they go against your messiah. Go crawl back in whatever hole you crawled out of.

 

They can apply for 2013, but all waivers expire and will not be renewable in 2014.

 

To ensure that we protect the coverage that these workers have today until better options are available for them in 2014, the law allows HHS, in extreme cases, to issue temporary waivers from the phase out of annual limits. There are some important facts to remember about these temporary waivers:

 

•The waivers only apply to one provision of the law – the provisions phasing out annual limits. Insurance companies and employers that receive waivers must comply with all other parts of the Affordable Care Act.

•The waivers last one year. Insurance companies must reapply for the waivers each year between now and 2014 when annual limits on coverage will be completely prohibited and individuals will have more affordable and better private insurance choices in the competitive Exchange markets.•All employers and insurers that offer mini-med plans may apply for a waiver if they demonstrate that there will be large increases in premiums or a significant decrease in access to coverage without a waiver. You can read a list of employers and insurers that have received waivers here.

 

MichiganJoe, realize you already posted this but sometimes repetition is required in education!

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