Friday, November 21, 2014

Gruber Has Contracts Terminated In Vermont And North Carolina

 Gruber

MIT professor Jonathan Gruber, architect of President Obama’s health care law, saw contracts with two states terminated inside of one week: Vermont on Wednesday and North Carolina on Thursday.

Lawrence Miller, chief of health care reform for Governor Pete Shumlin (D-Vermont), said Wednesday they would cease payment of a $400,000 contract to Gruber. $160,000 of the contract has been paid, which started July 21. The contract was slated to continue through February 15, reported Watchdog.org.

8 comments:

  1. Why is everyone being so mean to Jonny boy??? I guess you just don't get to embarrass Nero without severe repercussions.

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    1. Repulsive in that that I assume he gets to keep the money advanced, just chickenfeed to the two of us, I know........:)

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  2. That's for sure - I have been in the healthcare industry since 1976 until I retired last year. I never dreamed of such a scenario unfolding on my country.

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  3. Yeah, but he's still breathing.

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    1. Good point and will continue to do harm as the Useful Fool he is.

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  4. Um, fraud charges?

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