The Supreme Court appears to be siding with ObamaCare in today’s hearing, as most comments from the Justices implied ObamaCare should be able to stand without the mandate.
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The Supreme Court is hearing the major challenge to the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) today.
ObamaCare’s fate is currently in the hands of the Supreme Court. If the law is struck down in court, it is then in the hands of Congress.
Open enrollment for marketplace coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) started November 15 and ends December 15 in most states.
BidenCare is Joe Biden’s version of ObamaCare, his plan to lower premiums, deductibles, and drug prices and to offer everyone a choice, keep private insurance or join a Medicare-like public option.
The ACA’s fate is in the hands of the Supreme Court after a Trump administration-backed court case that threatens the ACA is set to finish playing out. In light of this Trump has promised to release executive orders protecting pre-existing conditions.
Trump said that he’ll be pursuing an executive order to mandate insurers covers pre-existing conditions. With that in mind, ObamaCare already mandates this.
Voters in Missouri approved Medicaid Expansion by a vote of 53.25% to 46.75%. The vote created a state constitutional amendment that expands Medicaid to all low income adults starting on July 1, 2021.
Trump has signed four executive orders to improve the affordability and accessibility of life-saving drugs like insulin. However, the state of the fourth and most impactful order is unclear.
The Trump administration got a win in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has ruled that employers can deny women contraception based on religious grounds.
Oklahoma’s Medicaid expansion vote passed. Oklahoma is set to become the 37th state to expand Medicaid to low-income single adults after the vote narrowly passed.
Medicaid expansion is up for vote in Oklahoma. Currently low-income single adults in Oklahoma do not have access to coverage.
The Trump administration filed a brief with the Supreme Court on Thursday asking them to get rid of the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a new rule that removes anti-discrimination protections for transgender people and women seeking abortions put in place by ObamaCare.
A recent study has concluded that the ACA may be helping to reduce bankruptcy rates, especially for low income Americans.
When you lose employer based coverage for any reason other than non-payment you qualify for special enrollment in the health insurance marketplace (HealthCare.Gov or your state marketplace).
A recent study has shown that states that expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) have seen less cancer deaths.
Trump has stated he will continue to support the ACA lawsuit that could lead to the law being declared illegal, but not everyone in the GOP agrees.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of insurers after Republicans in Congress defunded the ACA’s risk adjustment program used to pay insurers. The US government will now have to pay health insurance companies $12 billion.
Some states gave residents without health insurance an extra special enrollment due to COVID. However, many of those state deadlines are coming up. Make sure to enroll ASAP if you haven’t already. Please note this does not impact other special enrollment windows such as the window if you lose your job. For more on state…
If you lose health insurance for any other reason than non-payment, for example if you lost coverage because you lost your job, you qualify for special enrollment in ObamaCare’s health insurance marketplace.
The Trump administration has said no to a special enrollment period for coronavirus, that means those without health insurance will have to stay without it despite the pandemic in most states.
Politico is reporting that the Trump administration is considering reopening ObamaCare’s enrollment by creating a special enrollment due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Some states have extended special enrollment under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) due to coronavirus.
Social distancing can help slow the spread of communicable diseases like coronavirus. Slowing the spread means less pressure on the healthcare system. Less pressure on the healthcare system means it can do a better job of delivering care to people who are sick.