The AP is reporting more bad news on Obamacare — UnitedHealth, the nation’s biggest health insurer, will cut its participation in public health insurance exchanges to only a handful of states next year after expanding to nearly three dozen for this year. Read more here.
The Daily Signal recaps the latest case to be heard by the equally divided US Supreme Court. The Justices listened to the oral arguments in a case brought by Texas and 25 other states challenging the Obama administration’s attempt to give legal status and work authorizations to more than four million illegal immigrants. The Hill also reviews the arguments before the Court and believed that the Administration may not win.
The Empire Center examines what is driving the K-12 school costs increase.
Are we heading for another recession? According to Investor’s Business Daily, the signs are there that we are. USA Today is reporting that defaults are at the highest level since 2009, another bad sign.
The Sun opines on the possibility of a super high tax on guns, first reported by Americans for Tax Reform and disclosed on Drudge Report. While the editorial becomes a little far-fetched, it does provide food for thought.