The Week That Was -- March 23, 2012

Mar 23, 2012

Here are the most widely read stories for the week ending March 23:

The Truth Comes Out on Health Care – In his weekly column, Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue shares troubling truths about the health care reform bill, including that the law will cost much more than originally advertised.

Broken Promise #1: No, Families Won’t Save $2,500 Every Year Under the Health Care Law – One of the most significant broken promises of the health care law is that it would lower the insurance premiums for the average family by $2,500.

Anti-Business Groups Coordinating to Destroy Businesses’ Free Speech Rights – A Wall Street Journal editorial laid out the long-term agenda of the anti-business left to coerce and embarrass businesses from taking part in political and policy process.

Play Regulatory Madness: Sweet 16 Voting is Open – is hosting a Regulatory Madness tournament where visitors and fans can vote on the most maddening regulations.

Broken Promise #3: The Health Care Law Will Cover 32 Million Uninsured Americans – The third broken promise exposed by states that the health care law will cover 32 million uninsured Americans.

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