E-government is on the rise and the government’s July 1st launching of healthcare.gov is well under way. All you have to do is enter your state and answer a few questions and healthcare.gov helps you with your insurance options. Well let’s try this out – right? So, I am a single mother with 3 children. The insurance offered by the small company I work for is way to expensive. I enter my state which is Alabama. I enter family and none of the next options apply so lets assume I keep the kids on Medicaid which I am thankful for on one hand and on the other I realize that they do not get the same care as everyone else. I enter that the coverage will be for me. My age is 26-64. Now, here are my options: Private insurers who costs are much higher or a private insurer whose policies have extremely high deductibles, strictly limit drug coverage, or set other limits that leave me with less coverage than I need. So, I back out and try a different route and enter the system as an person whose health insurance at work is too high to afford and my options are unless I have a major pre-existing condition then I just need to stick to the low-cost clinics based on my income. Still, I am not covered with any health care insurance. God forbid I get sick or need to be hospitalized for any reason. At the top of the sites page, I notice the logo: Health care is getting better………. Their joking right?