From Fox news:

A Saul Alinsky-tied group has been awarded a $56 million federal loan to  start up a nonprofit health insurance company — one of several organizations  across the country this week tapped to launch a new network of insurers under  the sponsorship of the federal health care overhaul.

The Wisconsin group, Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative, was awarded the  funding on Tuesday. According to the Department of Health and Human Services,  the group is expected to provide coverage statewide within five years after  starting on a smaller scale in early 2014.

But Americans for Limited Government President Bill Wilson questioned the  group’s credentials — given its affiliation and lack of experience in the  insurance field.

“The indisputable fact is that Common Ground was an outgrowth of the Alinsky  operation in Chicago,”  Wilson said. “We’re not giving money to a group with experience in health care  issues or in setting up exchanges. … We’re handing the money to people who  have been trained by arguably the single most expert individual on community  organizing in the last 100 years.”

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