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Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
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  • Volunteers help with health care sign-ups at ACA deadline

     Volunteers help with health care sign-ups at ACA deadline
    On the last day to get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act before emergency room fees would kick in, Orange and Osceola residents had the opportunity to sign up at two events organized by Working America and Rep. Alan Grayson. "We have made...
  • Add health coverage, fill budget hole: Editorial

    Add health coverage, fill budget hole: Editorial
    Gov. Rick Scott's budget proposal may have sprung a leak this week. A top federal health official said the Obama administration was not planning to pony up $1.3 billion next year, which Scott had banked on, to extend a program that reimburses hospitals in...
  • A teen pregnancy prevention breakthrough

    President Barack Obama hailed a landmark achievement in his State of the Union address last month: Teen pregnancies in the U.S. have hit an all-time low. But the U.S. still has a teen birthrate of 31.2 per 1,000 teens, nearly one-and-a-half times the rate...
  • News briefs from around Kentucky at 1:58 a.m. EST

    In a state where tobacco interests once had a firm grip on the levers of politics, the Kentucky House of Representatives on Friday passed a ban on smoking in workplaces and indoor public places. The legislation faces tougher odds in the Republican-...
  • Critics fault Hogan's plan to cut Medicaid spending

    Critics fault Hogan's plan to cut Medicaid spending
    When Elissia Ellis gave birth to her second son this week, the entire pregnancy hardly cost her a penny. Four ultrasounds, more than a dozen doctor visits, genetic screens and other tests — plus the delivery itself — were covered by...
  • Tribe's health-care reform suit advances in federal court

    A Wyoming tribe has asked a federal judge to block an Internal Revenue Service rule under the federal health care law that the tribe says could cause Native Americans to pay more for insurance or lose health care benefits. Northern Arapaho Tribe...
  • Health advisory group looks at business marketplace

    While thousands of New Hampshire residents have signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, employers have been slow to use the insurance market for small businesses. The Small Business Health Options Program, also called SHOP, is...
  • Deadline is Sunday to avoid penalty for not having insurance

    With all of the controversy surrounding the Affordable Care Act last year, self-employed welder Tom Sudduth figured there was no way the law would survive. So he ignored it. But this year, the 57-year-old had to pay a tax penalty because he did not have...
  • 100,000 California households get incorrect Obamacare tax forms

    100,000 California households get incorrect Obamacare tax forms
    California's Obamacare exchange sent erroneous tax forms to about 100,000 households that received federal premium subsidies last year. At issue is Form 1095-A, which health-law exchanges must send to individuals and families showing how much money they...
  • Clock ticking for Mainers to buy health coverage on exchange

    Time is running out for Maine residents who want to sign up for coverage on the health care exchange. Sunday is the last day to buy subsidized private insurance on Healthcare.gov through President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law, the Affordable...
  • Hospitals face big cuts in funding fight

    Hospitals face big cuts in funding fight
    More than $142 million in funding could be cut from Central Florida hospitals next year if the state and federal government don't agree to extend a program that pays for the care of low-income and uninsured patients. Statewide, hospitals could lose $2.2...