Thursday, January 09, 2014


* Here is a good thing to help women-----


Certain medications that are intended to prevent breast cancer will be fully covered under Obamacare, in new guidance set to be issued by the Department of Health and Human Services Thursday morning.

Women at increased risk of breast cancer can receive so-called chemoprevention drugs, including tamoxifen and raloxifene, without a co-pay or other out-of-pocket expense. 

Under Obamacare, most health insurance companies and employer plans must offer certain preventive services at no cost to patients.......

The Affordable Care Act will save women's lives! So why are the Republicans against that?

> City Beat has some news on the dismal Ohio economy:

Ohio's weakening economy could hurt Gov. John Kasich and other Republican incumbents' chances of re-election in 2014, even if they don't deserve the blame for the state of the economy, as some economists claim. For Republican incumbents, the threat is all too real as groups from all sides — left, right and nonpartisan — find the state's economy is failing to live up to the "Ohio miracle" Kasich previously promised. Economists agree state officials often take too much credit for the state of the economy, but political scientists point out that, regardless of who is to blame, the economy is one of the top deciding factors in state elections. For Kasich and other incumbents, it creates a difficult situation: Their influence on the economy might be marginal, but it's all they have to secure re-election......

Face it.  Ohio's economy under Kasich is in the toilet. The dangerous thing is that if Kasich wins re-election, his plan to push for right-to-work legislation will only make the state's employment situation worse.