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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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  • A middle way to resolve the Obamacare case

    At the Supreme Court argument in King vs. Burwell, the case challenging how the Affordable Care Act works, someone should have asked, “If a state with a federally run health insurance exchange now adopts or ratifies that marketplace as its own,...
  • As Senate moves on health care, who's next?

    As Senate moves on health care, who's next?
    Now that a plan to expand health insurance coverage to at least 800,000 Floridians has won unanimous, bipartisan approval in a Florida Senate committee, it's time for Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida House to give the initiative the consideration it...
  • Kamala Harris calls Prime's bluff in hospital deal's collapse

    Kamala Harris calls Prime's bluff in hospital deal's collapse
    Is Prime Healthcare bluffing? That's always been the big question about the company's promises to maintain medical services at the six California Catholic medical institutions it proposed to take over in an $843-million deal. Last month, state Atty....
  • Health insurance legislation pits shared risk against firms' rights

    Health insurance legislation pits shared risk against firms' rights
    The ongoing health care debate over the right of individual choice versus the benefits of shared risk lies at the heart of a high-stakes tussle now playing out in Annapolis over how small businesses insure their workers. It's part of the continuing...
  • 40 percent of long-term uninsured say they were unaware of penalty

    40 percent of long-term uninsured say they were unaware of penalty
    Many who went without health insurance last year didn't know they would face a penalty at tax time in 2015, the federal government said Friday. Starting Sunday, they will be eligible for a special period to enroll in 2015 coverage. Signing up won't...
  • In Obamacare case, these politicians are firing at their neediest residents

    In Obamacare case, these politicians are firing at their neediest residents
    The potential damage from a Supreme Court ruling overturning insurance subsidies for low- and middle-income Americans in three dozen states has been thoroughly outlined--the loss of subsides by nearly 8 million people and the cratering of the insurance...
  • Stop blocking bipartisan plan for health coverage

    Stop blocking bipartisan plan for health coverage
    Now that a plan to expand health insurance coverage to at least 800,000 Floridians has won unanimous, bipartisan approval in a state Senate committee, it's past time for the House's Republican majority to stop stonewalling the initiative. Only...
  • Md. lawmakers can help those with chronic conditions

    Md. lawmakers can help those with chronic conditions
    On behalf of Marylanders with primary immunodeficiency diseases (PI), the Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) applauds the MedChi CEO Gene Ransom for standing up to insurance companies looking to take advantage of our state's Health Benefits Exchange...
  • Shopping for Obamacare in Pa. puts price pressure on insurers

    Shopping for Obamacare in Pa. puts price pressure on insurers
    The high rate of "shopping" in Pennsylvania during the second open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act has ratcheted up competition among insurance companies and will help to keep rate hikes in check, according to the U.S. Department of Health...
  • More than 85% of Obamacare enrollees qualify for subsidies

    More than 85% of Obamacare enrollees qualify for subsidies
    More than 85% of Americans who signed up for health coverage this year through the Affordable Care Act qualified for government subsidies, according to a new report that underscores the scope of the aid at a time when the Supreme Court is considering...
  • Wolf outlines plan to dump Corbett's Healthy PA

    Wolf outlines plan to dump Corbett's Healthy PA
    Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf plans to dismantle former Republican Gov. Tom Corbett's signature Medicaid expansion program by early fall. "Gov. Wolf's plan will provide hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians with access to health care coverage," said Ted...