Implementing Obamacare is a train wreck nationally, but in California it's a high-speed rail disaster.
In the past few weeks we learned that health insurance giants UnitedHealth, Cigna and Aetna will opt out of California's health care exchanges. They will still provide health insurance through large employers but wisely avoided Obamacare’s complicated new framework.
In another hit to the left coast, many Californians need to trade in their Cadillac plan for a backfiring Yugo. State leaders claim that more people will be insured, but benefits will be cut and the network of providers reduced.