Tag: cancellation

Murphy campaigns while NJ Transit continues to spiral

TRENTON, N.J. — Fresh back from an overseas adventure to Europe, Governor Phil Murphy is in the middle a 21-county tour to boost Democrat candidates ahead of the November 6th midterm elections. Meanwhile, NJ Transit continued to spiral out of Read More

NJ Transit is getting worse, but Murphy continues finger-pointing (from his Italian villa)

By Matt Rooney _ Italian dictator Benito Mussolini infamously perpetrated the myth that his fascist government had make the trains run on time. Phil Murphy — who’s currently vacationing at this multi-million dollar Italian villa in that country’s Umbria region Read More

My Obamacare Cancellation Journal

By Nicole Sanders | The Save Jersey Blog I recently decided to keep a Save Jersey journal about my personal experiences with Universal Healthcare aka Obamacare. My primary objectives: (1) helping those who have yet to experience changes in their coverage know what Read More

AmeriHealth Will Dump 100,000

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It keeps going from bad to worse. AmeriHealth of New Jersey announced on Tuesday that it won’t renew 2013 health plans that are Obamacare non-compliant, Save Jerseyans, meaning the grand total of New Jerseyans slated Read More

Horizon N.J. Obamacare Woes Continue

By Nicole Sanders | The Save Jersey Blog Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield already announced last week they will not be renewing insurance plans that cover approximately 500,000 people in New Jersey due to Universal Health Care. You undoubtedly heard about it. You Read More

Save Jersey Blogger Shares Obamacare Horror Story

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Our friend and contributor Nicole Sanders is one of roughly 800,000 New Jersey residents who lost her health care coverage this fall, Save Jerseyans. Nicole shared her story here at Save Jersey back on November 1st Read More

Lance Demands Renewal of N.J. B&E Plans

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) sent a letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services this week, Save Jerseyans, as part of a last-ditch effort to rescue the plans of roughly 90,000 New Jersey residents Read More