Thursday, April 7, 2011

Six Pages of Obamacare Turns in to 429 Pages of Regulations

If you thought ObamaCare was ridiculously long, wait until you see the multiply effect. Just six pages of the 900+ page bill turned into 429 pages of regulations.

"Section 3022 of the law, which is about the Medicare shared savings program, take up just six pages in the 907-page Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. But HHS has turned that into 429 pages of new regulations and that's too much, says Republican Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso, a practicing doctor.

"Regulations increase the cost of doing business," he says. He distributed a fact sheet on the book of regulations to fellow Republicans this week.

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