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Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
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Top Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Articles

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  • INSIDE WASHINGTON: Insurers pass tax along to the states

    There's more than a touch of absurdity in the way an industry fee in President Barack Obama's health care law is being passed along to state taxpayers. As Alice in Wonderland might say, a curious tax just got curiouser. The burden to states could mount...
  • Colorado health insurance exchange raises fees

    The board of directors of Colorado's health insurance exchange has raised fees that will be passed on to consumers as it and other states face decreased federal funding and struggle to predict enrollment figures. The hike in administrative fees to 3.5...
  • Scott a hypocrite for asking feds to bail out budget

    Scott a hypocrite for asking feds to bail out budget
    Gov. Rick Scott needs to stop the hypocrisy of blaming the Obama administration for Florida's failed Medicaid politics. Scott went to the Capitol last week to enlist Florida's congressional delegation in his effort to force the Centers for Medicare &...
  • Gov. Rick Scott's antics gaining national notice

    Gov. Rick Scott's antics gaining national notice
    It has always been irrational for states to decline to expand their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act. The 21 states that have refused to take advantage of this element of Obamacare have denied access to coverage for 4 million people, left...
  • Revised California budget plan helps schools and the poor

    A growing economy is fueling an expansive plan by Gov. Jerry Brown to provide billions more dollars for schools and a tax break for poor families, even as he accelerates spending to battle the ongoing drought. In a $169-billion budget plan released...
  • Community Health Systems to open new office in Nashville

    Franklin-based Community Health Systems is bringing back-office jobs from across the country to a new Nashville office. The health care giant announced Thursday that it will build a 240,000-square-foot office in the south Nashville neighborhood of...
  • Carl P. Leubsdorf: Affordable Care Act is a sturdy 5-year-old

    After a rough incubation, birth and infancy, the Affordable Care Act is a sturdy 5-year-old, showing increasing signs of achievement and acceptance. But growth could come to a sudden halt if the Supreme Court throws out the subsidies that enable more than...
  • Saving the middle class means cost controls on health care

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: The U.S. health-care system has been squeezing the country's middle class for years. The passage of the Affordable Care Act has relieved some of the pressure, but there's much more to do....
  • Ige administration plans changes for health exchange

    Gov. David Ige's administration says Hawaii's health insurance exchange will have to make changes to comply with federal Affordable Care Act. Deputy Chief of Staff Laurel Johnston said Wednesday the administration's plan calls for using the federal...
  • Amid slower growth, California's Obamacare exchange cuts proposed spending

    Amid slower growth, California's Obamacare exchange cuts proposed spending
    After using most of $1 billion in federal start-up money, California's Obamacare exchange is preparing to go on a diet. That financial reality is reflected in Covered California's proposed budget, released Wednesday, as well as a reduced forecast...
  • North Carolina editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers: May 13 Fayetteville (North Carolina) Observer on tropical storm Ana: Ana jumped the gun, and not just by a little bit. Our first tropical storm of 2015 came about three weeks before the June 1 start...