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  • Pennsylvanians can keep Obamacare subsidies, court rules

    Pennsylvanians can keep Obamacare subsidies, court rules
    Pennsylvanians who receive government subsidies to help cover health care insurance purchased through Obamacare are breathing a sigh of relief after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled those subsidies are legal. The dispute focused on phrasing in the Affordable...
  • Nearly 61K Mainers to keep health insurance subsidies

    Nearly 61,000 Maine residents will continue to receive help from the federal government to pay for their health insurance coverage after the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a key provision of President Barack Obama's landmark health care law. The...
  • Wolf will end Pennsylvania's bid to run marketplace

    The Wolf administration said Thursday that it will withdraw its application to take over some functions of the insurance marketplace created under the 2010 federal health care law now that the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the law's nationwide tax...
  • A Need for Healthcare.gov 3.0

    A Need for Healthcare.gov 3.0
    In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court Thursday spared the Affordable Care Act from what would have been a death blow. The Court’s action upholds the right of the federal government to subsidize low-income Americans who purchase health insurance...
  • 3 insurers plan to leave Alaska individual health market

    Thousands of Alaskans will have to find a new insurer after a shake-up in the state's health insurance market. Aetna and State Farm plan to pull out of the individual plan market in Alaska, and Assurant Health plans to leave the health insurance market...
  • Connecticut Health Insurance Marketplace Could Prosper From Ruling Against Obamacare

    Connecticut Health Insurance Marketplace Could Prosper From Ruling Against Obamacare
    Connecticut's health insurance marketplace is watching closely as the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to rule on a key provision of President Obama's signature health care law — a decision that could cause 6 million Americans in many other states to...
  • Supreme Court must uphold health insurance subsidies

    Supreme Court must uphold health insurance subsidies
    Sometime this month, the Supreme Court is likely to issue its ruling in King v. Burwell — a case that will decide whether health insurance premium subsidies for moderate- and middle-income Americans will continue to be available in all states, or...
  • Walker says Obama, federal government must fix subsidies

    If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down health care subsidies available under federal law, it's up to President Barack Obama and Congress to fix it — not the states, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday. Walker, who is expected to launch his...
  • Religious groups may appeal birth control mandate ruling

    A group of religious institutions is considering an appeal of a federal court ruling this week that found certain birth-control provisions of the Affordable Care Act don't violate the religious rights of faith-based groups. A three-judge panel of the 5th...
  • Get financial house in order before having children

    Birth rates are up for the first time since the recession began, and economists are cheering. It's not that the practitioners of the dismal science are lovers of baby showers; rather, they say that the new mini baby boom is yet another example of an...
  • Requested health insurance premium increase in Md. unjustified

    Requested health insurance premium increase in Md. unjustified
    Health insurance companies in Maryland are asking the state for premium increases that are way out of line with the actual cost of providing health care and it's the people who pay for that care whose wallets would be hit hardest. Last week, Maryland...