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Today's Daily Dose: 'The Real March Madness, Year 2: What's the Worst Part of ObamaCare?'

Independent Women's Voice has launched The Real March Madness competition, asking readers to help determine the worst part of ObamaCare. "Last March we introduced a new bracket game to complement the traditional NCAA office-pool competition — The Real March Madness.

We selected 64 of the worst, most odious elements of ObamaCare, and then we ranked them, pitting them against each other in an elimination tournament. Last year, the individual mandate emerged 'victorious' as the worst element of ObamaCare as determined by you. Now, the Real March Madness is back. And we want you to help determine what’s the worst part about ObamaCare as it hits year 2." 

The Heritage Foundation highlights the strategy plan liberals are planning to use to promote ObamaCare leading up to Supreme Court oral arguments. "The memo, which is published below, includes a day-by-day breakdown of how the White House and liberal advocacy organizations want to frame the debate. The New York Times first reported on the Obama administration’s coordination efforts, including a White House meeting last week with more than 100 people present. The Center for American Progress, Families USA, Health Care for America Now, and Protect Your Care are among the groups mentioned on the memo."


Politico reports that a coalition of center-right leaders have formed a "501(c)4 organization, Conscience Cause, is aimed at 'stopping the implementation of a Department of Health and Human Services regulation which would compel people and organizations to pay for drugs and services that violate their faith,' according to a statement shared with POLITICO."

 

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