NYT has a great chart online here. Also in the NYT, a quote from Richard on subsidies and affordability:
Richard J. Kirsch, the national campaign manager of Health Care for America Now, a consumer group, expressed concern. “If Congress sets the limit at 300 percent of the poverty level,” Mr. Kirsch said, “millions of middle-income families would not be able to buy insurance because they could not afford the premiums on their own.”
And HCAN’s August recess plans get a little love in the LA Times via the Associated Press:
Health Care for America Now, a coalition of labor and progressive groups supporting Obama, will at least match the $2 million in TV ads it’s run this month and send members to lawmakers’ town hall meetings, said Richard Kirsch, its national campaign manager.