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“There’s noth­ing like a Fri­day evening news release to hide a Wash­ing­ton em­bar­rass­ment,” the Wall Street Jour­nal said Oct. 19 in an ed­i­to­rial.

“In [the Fri­day Oct. 16] episode, Pres­i­dent Obama’s health ap­pointees lifted their ou­tra­geous gag or­der against health in­sur­ers for the sin of in­form­ing their cus­tomers about how Oba­maCare would af­fect their in­sur­ance,” the news­pa­per said.

“In Septem­ber, Hu­mana Inc. sent a mailer to some 900,000 en­rollees in its Medi­care Ad­van­tage plans, the pro­gram that gives se­niors a choice of pri­vate in­sur­ance op­tions, warn­ing that spending cuts would re­sult in re­duced ben­e­fits and some peo­ple los­ing their cov­er­age.

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