According to a Feb 2020 Kaiser Family Foundation poll the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) is more popular than ever.
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Senate Democrats have urged Trump to get the DOJ to defend the ACA in the ongoing ObamaCare lawsuit. Right now the Trump administration is refusing to defend the federal law.
The proposed Trump Budget released in 2020 includes about $1 trillion in cuts for Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).
The Supreme Court has refused to hear an expedited appeal of a decision that could spell the end of the ACA pushed for by Democrats.
Trump recently claimed in a Tweet that he saved pre-existing conditions. It is unclear as to what he is referring to, since pre-existing conditions were protected by ObamaCare and repeal efforts were led by Republicans under the Trump administration.
The Trump administration has suggested waiting on sending the court case that will determine the fate of the ACA to the Supreme Court until after the election.
According to preliminary data, CMSs says enrollment in ObamaCare’s marketplace was down by about 200,000 from last year with 8.3 million enrolling in a 2020 plan.
On Dec 18 a Federal appeals court ruled that ObamaCare’s individual mandate was unconstitutional. It did not however decide on the fate of ObamaCare as a whole.
If you had issues enrolling in HealthCare.Gov and needed to get a last minute extension, today (Dec 18) is your last chance. After this options will be limited. Find out what to do if you miss the deadline. Find out more about the rules for the last minute extension.
People are getting three extra days to enroll in coverage at HealthCare.Gov. The extended deadline is Dec 18, 2019. The deadline is due to some shoppers having last minute problems using the website to sign up / enroll. With the above noted, customers need to have at least tried to sign up by Dec 15…
Open enrollment ends Dec 15 in most states for the 2019 – 2020 open enrollment season. However, some states have issued extensions.
Open enrollment ends Dec 15. That means you have until Dec 15 to enroll in a plan, renew a plan, update your account for cost assistance, etc.
Democrats have lost a vote in the Senate 43-52 that would have overturned a Trump administration rule that made it easier for states to opt out of some of the ACA’s health insurance requirements.
177,082 people selected plans using the HealthCare.gov during week one of open enrollment (Nov 1 – 2) according to CMS data.
A new analysis by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities shows the richest Americans would save billions if the ACA was repealed.
Open Enrollment for 2020 plans started Nov 1st and runs until Dec 15, 2019 in most states. Open enrollment is in most cases your only chance to enroll in health plan and see if you qualify for cost assistance without qualifying for Special Enrollment each year.
Premiums are dropping by 4% on average on marketplace plans. This the second year in a row premiums have dropped.
A federal judge has overturned transgender protections under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) by the Judge who ruled ACA illegal.
The open enrollment period for 2020 starts November 1st and ends Dec 15th 2019.
a New GFRC study shows that hospital borrowing costs were lowered under the Affordable Care Act ObamaCare.
According to a 2018 Census report on health coverage, for all ages and all insurance types: in 2018, 8.5% of people, or 27.5 million, did not have health insurance at any point during the year. That number increased from 2017’s 7.9%, or 25.6 million.
According to a recent study that looked at census data, the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) has closed the coverage gap between rich and poor by 44% and between whites and minorities by 27%.
CMS data shows that marketplace enrollment was down by 1.2 million for 2017 – 2018 for those who didn’t qualify for cost assistance. However it was up 300,000 for those that did qualify.
A recent study found that states that expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) saw a decrease in deaths compared to non-expansion states.
Joe Biden announced his “ObamaCare 2.0” plan. This plan preserves the most popular parts of the ACA, but adds other popular items like negotiating Medicare drug prices and adding a public option.