ObamaCare PDFs, Documents and Other Resources

We Help You Understand the Affordable Care Act

Looking for ObamaCare PDFs and resources to help you further understand the Affordable Care Act? If you read through our site you’ll have a solid grasp on how ObamaCare will affect you, your family, your business and your fellow Americans.

Of course we can’t cover everything, so we’ve created a resource page that gives you access to some of the most important documents related to the Affordable Care Act.

All documents are from official sources and cover everything from the law itself, to Medicaid Expansion, to a great Medicare guide. Thanks for the support!

TIP: Some of these sources may be old, but the collection is still generally useful for someone researching the ACA.

ObamaCare Resources Overview

Our collection of ObamaCare PDFs, documents and other resources can help you to further understand important aspects of the Affordable Care Act. Here are some of the most important documents in regards to ObamaCare, including the Affordable Care Act from 2009 and the amended bill from 2010. Feel free to use these when doing your own research on ObamaCare.

Aside from the law itself, we strongly suggest making your first read our Summary of Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  This includes a breakdown of every provision in the law.

Lastly, this PDF from the institute of medicine gives a wonderful overview of what you need to know to get insurance sunder the Affordable Care Act.

Marketplace Enrollment Resources

1) Find your State’s marketplace website.

2) Get in person help. You can find in person help by going to LocalHelp.Healthcare.gov.

3) Call the 24/7 marketplace helpline 1-800-318-2596.

4) Mail in a paper application. bit.ly/PaperApplication. (read these instructions first)

Here is an Employer Coverage Tool for every job-based plan you or someone in your household is eligible for. (You’ll need to fill out this form even for coverage you’re eligible for but don’t enroll in.)

Here is an example of the health insurance exchange application form for individuals.

Here is an example of the health insurance exchange application form for families.

ObamaCare Documents

Affordable Care Act Bill 2009
Affordable Care Act Bill 2010
ALEC Repealing ObamaCare
Fiscal cliff Obamacare
Medicaid expansion kff
Obamacare medicare guide
KFF people without health insurance
Health insurance and mortality in US adults
Obamacare small business whitehouse
Obamacare CBO report july 2012
Obamacare CBO report march 2012
Opting Out of the Medicaid Expansion Under the ACA
CATO report bad medicine 2011
Agenda for change ObamaCare myths
IRS ObamaCare Average Family $20,000
ObamaCare Seniors
ObamaCare Affordable Insurance
ObamaCare Mandates

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More ObamaCare Resources

Tate, Nicholas. Obamacare Survival Guide: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and How It Affects You and Your Healthcare. West Palm Beach, FL: Humanix Books, 2012. Print.


Gibson, Rosemary, and Janardan P. Singh. The Battle Over Health Care: What Obama’s Reform Means for America’s Future. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2011. Print.


Epperly, Ted. Fractured: America’s Broken Health Care System and What We Must Do to Heal It. New York: Sterling & Ross Publishers, 2012. Print.


Landmark: The Inside Story of America’s New Health Care Law and What It Means for Us All. New York: Public Affairs, 2010. Print.


An Act Entitled the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Washington, D.C: U.S. G.P.O, 2010. Internet resource.


Hoffman, Beatrix R. Health Care for Some: Rights and Rationing in the United States Since 1930, 2012. Print.


Edlin, Aaron S, Joseph E. Stiglitz, and Long J. B. De. The Economists’ Voice 2.0: The Financial Crisis, Health Care Reform, and More. New York: Columbia University Press, 2012. Print.


Parks, Dave. Health Care Reform Simplified: Guide Your Family and Your Business Through Health Care Reform. New York: Apress, 2011. Print.


ObamaCare Podcasts

Will Affordable Care Act Gain Popularity As It Ages?.

All Things Considered. (July 12, 2012)  Word Count: 890.

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Answers To Your Questions About The Health Care Overhaul Law.

All Things Considered. (Mar. 22, 2012)  Word Count: 1778.

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