Consider that Medicaid coverage comes for many people without a premium, without a deductible and without a co-payment.
Obamacare encouraged states to provide Bentley coverage to more people — at the expense of federal taxpayers.
But the increase in the cost of Medicaid coverage for people already in the system is part of the reason many state agencies in West Virginia had to cut their budgets by 7.5 percent. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is considering a similar cut next year.
CAMC officials are looking ahead in cutting employee benefits.
"Part of health care reform's effect is that large employers have to take a look at who they cover," CAMC spokesman Dale Witte told Daily Mail Business Editor Jared Hunt.
"Most are planning to make some changes to their plan over the next four years."
Obamacare is not what the president promised.
America deserves better: a bipartisan plan that does not destroy a system that works for 85 percent of the people.