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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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  • Prop. 45's resounding defeat is a boon for health insurers

    Prop. 45's resounding defeat is a boon for health insurers
    Already a financial bonanza for health insurers, Obamacare paid off for the industry again at the ballot box as Californians soundly rejected a bid to rein in health insurance rates. Even so, the companies still face heat over their ever-increasing...
  • America's day of reckoning nears

    This country is being governed by the minority, extreme left wing of the Democratic Party. It has infiltrated our schools, taken over the bureaucracy, been put in key positions in the Pentagon and Department of State, and ruled the Senate, with the...
  • Making seniors wait would add to medical costs for all: Front Burner

    Making seniors wait would add to medical costs for all: Front Burner
    Medicare taxes are too low to pay for an average senior's benefits. As a result of this and the aging of the population, the Medicare system has an unfunded liability in the trillions of dollars. Gradually raising the Medicare eligibility age to 67...
  • Supreme Court to again decide fate of Obama's healthcare law

    The Supreme Court will decide the fate of President Obama's healthcare law yet again, this time ruling on whether low- and middle-income Americans may receive subsidies in two-thirds of the states to make insurance more affordable. Currently, about 5...
  • Supreme Court agrees to hear challenge to Obamacare subsidies

    Supreme Court agrees to hear challenge to Obamacare subsidies
    The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Friday to hear a legal challenge to a key part of the Obamacare health law which, if successful, would deprive millions of Americans of tax-credit subsidies to help them afford health insurance coverage. In a one-sentence...
  • The Supreme Court gives itself a second chance to kill Obamacare

    How many times can Obamacare cheat death at the Supreme Court? The justices announced Friday that they will take up the case of King v. Burwell, which challenges the Obama administration's decision to make insurance subsidies available to low- and...
  • The Supreme Court puts the screws to 36 state governments

    The Supreme Court puts the screws to 36 state governments
    No piker when it comes to cliffhanging drama, the Supreme Court late Friday placed the governors and legislatures of 36 states in a corner, by taking up a challenge to the Affordable Care Act that directly threatens their citizens.  The states are those...
  • Obamacare rates in Illinois: Higher premiums, more options in 2015

    Obamacare rates in Illinois: Higher premiums, more options in 2015
    Illinois residents who enroll in Obamacare on the whole will pay higher premiums than last year for the most popular plans, but they'll have many more options to choose from, according to 2015 plan information released Friday. Premiums for the lowest-...
  • In surprise move, Supreme Court to hear healthcare law challenge

    The Supreme Court put President Obama's healthcare law back into legal peril, announcing it would consider a conservative group's claim that the law does not allow the government to subsidize health insurance for low and middle-income Americans in two-...
  • All-in-one fitness, enrollment and Foodbank aid

    All-in-one fitness, enrollment and Foodbank aid
    For a second year, Brad Burton has organized a KEEP F.I.T. (Fun in Training) event at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton to celebrate family fitness. Exercise activities at the Saturday, Nov. 15, event include a 1-mile walk, a kettle ball class,...
  • Officials hope new HealthCare.gov avoids 2013's problems

    U.S. officials planned to unveil an improved healthcare insurance website on Sunday they hope will allow the second enrollment period under President Barack Obama's health reform plan to avoid the technical meltdown that plagued its launch last year. The...