OBAMACARE STRUGGLES TO SURVIVE ITS SECOND ACT


obamacareNL This is the point at which Obamacare exists today.

As the third annual open enrollment season begins this week, the law is firmly entrenched in American life and politics. Health coverage rates have increased noticeably in the years since the law went into effect, and millions of people rely on it, in some form or fashion, for insurance. Full repeal at this point is at most a distant possibility, one that can only be imagined over the horizon of next year’s election, if at all. Some of the law’s critics are quietly coming to the conclusion that repeal may now be impossible.

Yet the law is now struggling to stay afloat, to survive and thrive on its terms.

http://www.infowars.com/obamacare-struggles-to-survive-its-second-act/

George Washington University drops SAT/ACT requirement for admissions


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George Washington University dropped its admission requirements for incoming freshman and transfer students on Monday. According to astatement on the school’s website, undergraduate applicants will no longer have to take the SAT or ACT to be considered for admission.

This new optional testing policy will be effective on August 1 and was made in response to findings from the university’s Task Force on Access and Success that predicted success at the university can be found in a student’s high school GPA or high school records, rather than in their standardized test scores.

“With the change, GW continues to strive for the twin goals of high academic standards and improved access, so central to the history of American education and especially important now in an era of demographic, economic and educational change,” Graduate School of Education and Human Development Dean Michael Feuer said.

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DROPS SAT/ACT REQUIREMENT FOR ADMISSIONS Undergraduate applicants will no longer have to take the SAT or ACT to be considered for admission


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This new optional testing policy will be effective on August 1 and was made in response to findings from the university’s Task Force on Access and Success that predicted success at the university can be found in a student’s high school GPA or high school records, rather than in their standardized test scores.

“With the change, GW continues to strive for the twin goals of high academic standards and improved access, so central to the history of American education and especially important now in an era of demographic, economic and educational change,” Graduate School of Education and Human Development Dean Michael Feuer said.

http://www.infowars.com/george-washington-university-drops-satact-requirement-for-admissions/