The Trump administration may no longer enforce the Individaul mandate, meaning the IRS may not enforce the fee for not having health coverage.
Check out our ObamaCare news archive to get the latest news on the Affordable Care Act or to thumb through news articles stretching back to 2012.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) go head-to-head in a debate over ObamaCare on CNN Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017 at 9 p.m. EST.
Open Enrollment for Marketplace insurance ends January 31st. Even though the future of the ACA is less than certain, there are no changes to Marketplace insurance or Cost Assistance yet. If you are still in need of health insurance for 2017, please sign up at Healthcare.gov or your state’s Marketplace while you still can. Support Marketplaces and Cost Assistance…
If you don’t have health insurance, there is a 50% chance you are about to make a big mistake by not enrolling in a health plan via healthcare.gov by Tuesday January 31st, 2017.
Trump signed an Executive Order on the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) on his “first day” as President to “prepare” for the law’s repeal.
Trump’s executive order on ObamaCare doesn’t do much directly, but it likely will effect all ACA taxes as direct action is taken under the order.
If you don’t check your health insurance auto-pay, you may be the ultimate price (having your insurer drop your plan).
According to the CBO, repealing the ACA and replacing it with a past Republican replacement would double premiums and lead to 32 million uninsured by 2026.
Washington State House Bill 1026 Several House representatives in Washington have sponsored HB 1026 which would establish a single-payer health care system in Washington state using the Affordable Care Act’s State Innovation Waiver 1332. The 1332 waivers first became available to state legislators this year, and these waivers allow states to utilize 95% of the…
The Senate voted 51 to 48 early Thursday to approve a budget resolution instructing House and Senate committees to begin work on legislation to repeal key provisions of ObamaCare.
Below is an updated overview of where ObamaCare and its replacement plan stands now that Trump has been elected and repeal efforts have begun.
It is likely Republicans will repeal both the individual and employer mandates, but for now we should assume they will remain in place until 2018.
We explain what happens to cost assistance (Tax Credits, CSR, and Medicaid) if ObamaCare is repealed by congressional Republicans under Trump.
An old lawsuit is rearing its ugly head again and it could lead to ObamaCare’s cost sharing assistance being defunded under Trump.
The White House just released a 100 page report on ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act). Below are some key facts and the full report.
December 15th, 2016 was the last day to enroll in coverage that started by January 1st, 2017, but 42 states have expanded the deadline to the 17th or 19th. Open enrollment 2017 ends January 31st, plans purchased after the December 15, 17, or deadline will start February 1st or later.
We present a summary of each provision in the 21st Century Cures Act which aims to tackle mental health, addiction issues including the opioid crisis, and more.
We explain how a HSA-eligible public option could work in a ObamaCare/Medicare repeal and replace plan.
Healthcare providers across the nation are unsure of whether they will be able to survive an abrupt repeal of Obamacare without a comprehensive replacement.
The GOP has promised to repeal and replace ObamaCare, but step one might be a repeal of ObamaCare through the budget reconciliation process.
If a repeal and replace plan doesn’t cover birth control like ObamaCare does, women could very well end up paying more for birth control devices like IUDs.
Trump has selected House Budget Committee Chairman and a six-term Georgia Representative Tom Price for Health Secretary. That means Price will lead the GOP charge to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Take Paul Ryan’s short survey about repealing ObamaCare and let him know what you like and don’t like. Call 202-225-3031.
After meeting with President Obama, Trump has stated that he won’t repeal ObamaCare, but will amend or repeal and replace it.
Below we present the affordability exemptions for 2017 for employer and non-employer coverage and explain the family affordability glitch.