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Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
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  • Why the Supreme Court's big Obamacare case never should have been filed

    Why the Supreme Court's big Obamacare case never should have been filed
    King v Burwell, the lawsuit before the Supreme Court that conservatives regard as their last big hope to destroy the Affordable Care Act, has been coming apart on the merits for months.   Now there's evidence that it was never even properly filed....
  • Feds: More than 200,000 in Wisconsin enroll in health plans

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says more than 200,000 people in Wisconsin selected health plans on the federal marketplace in the second year of open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act. That is an increase of about 58 percent from...
  • Healthcare: Where do members of Congress get their coverage?

    Healthcare: Where do members of Congress get their coverage?
    Mike saw my recent Ask Laz on whether members of Congress have to pay into Social Security (answer: yes, if elected after 1984). This prompted him to ask: "What kind of health benefits do members of Congress receive?" Fair question. ASK LAZ: Smart...
  • Illinois enrolls 347,300 people in Obamacare

    Consumers had half the time to sign up for health insurance on Obamacare exchanges this year, but preliminary numbers show Illinois far surpassed last year's enrollment. This year in Illinois, 347,300 people signed up for health insurance through...
  • Oregon sues software giant Oracle over Medicaid system

    Oregon has filed a new lawsuit against Oracle Inc. saying the company is planning to pull the plug on hosting the state's Medicaid system, which could jeopardize health insurance enrollment and re-enrollment for thousands of low-income Oregonians....
  • McCrory waiting for Supreme Court before NC insurance choice

    Republican Gov. Pat McCrory said Wednesday he won't make a recommendation whether North Carolina should expand insurance to more of the uninsured through the federal health care law until after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. Speaking to The Associated...
  • Deadline brings rush for Obamacare insurance

    Deadline brings rush for Obamacare insurance
    The number of people signing up for health insurance surged as the deadline approached on the second open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act. More than 11.4 million consumers nationwide got insurance through either the federal marketplace...
  • Florida has highest number of enrollees under health law

    Florida has eclipsed California to become the state with the highest number of consumers buying health coverage through new insurance markets under the Affordable Care Act, according to federal statistics released Wednesday. Florida's roughly 1.6 million...
  • 'Obamacare' enrollment exceeds 1.6 million in Florida through Feb. 15 deadline

    'Obamacare' enrollment exceeds 1.6 million in Florida through Feb. 15 deadline
    Enrollment in President Barack Obama's health insurance plans topped 1.6 million in Florida and totaled about 11.4 million nationwide through the Feb. 15 deadline, according to data released Wednesday by the federal Department of Health and Human...
  • About 1.2 million Texans signed up through health exchange

    Nearly 1.2 million Texas residents purchased health insurance under the U.S. Affordable Care Act in time for the 2015 enrollment deadline, marking the second highest enrollment among states relying on a federal online marketplace, according to data...
  • House panel blocks state funds for federal health care law

    A Republican-dominated House committee approved four bills Wednesday designed to block state spending on federal acts, regulations and executive orders, including President Barack Obama's health care law. Backers said the bills help establish and protect...