The facts below are our original “ObamaCare facts” page. These ObamaCare facts will give you a sense of how things used to be and what has changed. See our up-to-date “ObamaCare” facts page here. It is easy to forget that time when women paid more than men for health insurance, or when you could be denied…
Word is Trump plans to reject a “stopgap” plan in Iowa to control premiums and save their insurance market. However, no official decision has been made yet.
Congress failed to fund the Children’s Health Insurance (CHIP) for 9 million kids and 1,400 Community Health Centers by the Sept. 30 2017 deadline.
As of Sept. 29 2017 Congress has yet to fund CHIP (the Children’s Health Insurance Program that covers about 9 million kids). CHIP expires Sept. 30, 2017.
At a webinar for assisters, HHS announced that HealthCare.Gov would shut down between 12am – 12pm EST on Sunday mornings during open enrollment.
The Cassidy-Graham bill has been estimated by studies to result in 32 million uninsured by 2027 and beyond and higher costs for many sick, poor, and seniors.
Rand Paul opposes the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, not because it cuts too much, but because it doesn’t cut enough.
We discuss the Affordable Care Act under Trump and look at why some states are exploring state-based healthcare solutions like single payer.
Tomi Lahren is on ObamaCare, because she is on her parents plan despite being older than 19 (and it was ObamaCare that allowed for that).
We explain how Trump can obstruct ObamaCare by “blocking insurer bailouts” (by not reimbursing insurers for cost sharing assistance.)
Is Trump Sabotaging the ACA? (Opinion) Since his election, the Trump administration worked to repeal and replace the ACA. We discuss what has been accomplished and ask “has the Trump administration sabotaged the ACA?” Keep in mind this is an article that entertains opinion and takes the standpoint of examining a critic’s take on the…
The Republican-led effort to repeal and replace Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) failed after a string of conservative senators refused to support it.
On this page we ask the question, “did the ACA (ObamaCare) lead to higher medical costs, or is something else causing the increase in healthcare costs?”
A new report from the Kaiser dispels the “ObamaCare death spiral” myth, showing that insurance premiums are generally stabilizing under the ACA.
We fact-check Trump’s claim that the CBO can’t be trusted and only 10.3 million were enrolled in ObamaCare (not the 23 million the CBO projected).
Get the facts on the CBO report on the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 (the Senate’s ObamaCare repeal and replace plan AKA TrumpCare).
Everything You Need To Know About the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 (BCRA) AKA The Latest Version of TrumpCare We explain everything you need to know about the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 (BCRA); the Senate’s new healthcare bill to replace ObamaCare. Below we cover everything you need to know about the Better Care Reconciliation…
Everything You Need To Know About the Senate’s ObamaCare Repeal and Replace Bill (the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 Explained) We explain the Senate revision of the House’s American Health Care Act (TrumpCare AKA the Senate’s ObamaCare repeal and replace plan). The bill was just released today, so we need time to do a…
Trump’s Claims That 2 Million More People Just Dropped out of ObamaCare, that ObamaCare is in a Death Spiral, and that Democrats are Obstructing Fact-Checked Trump claimed a lot of things about healthcare recently, we fact-check some key claims like “2 million more people just dropped out of ObamaCare.” Claim: Trump recently tweeted “2 million more people…
We explain Iowa’s stopgap measure that cuts cost assistance for the poorest, including out-of-pocket assistance, but could help stabilize their health insurance market.
Recent premium hikes and the lack of coverage under the ACA is partly a result of an ongoing Republican Strategy to “Break ObamaCare.” We explain.
Here is a quick summary and some key facts on the May CBO Report on the American Health Care Act of 2017, AKA TrumpCare, the House bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Age Based Tax Credits Under TrumpCare, the American HealthCare Act (AHCA), Explained TrumpCare, the American HealthCare Act (AHCA), offers tax credits for health insurance premiums based on age and no out-of-pocket cost assistance. The Affordable Care Act offers tax credits based on income and offers out-of-pocket cost assistance. UPDATE 2019: This plan never passed, and thus…
Trump is reportedly considering ending ObamaCare’s CSR Subsidies for out-of-pocket costs. This would affect customers starting during open enrollment.
Rand Paul, Senate Bill 222, Long-Term Contracts, and the AHCA Rand Paul, like many Americans, doesn’t love the TrumpCare/RyanCare that came out of the house. Here is what Rand Paul thinks about healthcare reform. In Paul’s Fox News article in which he promotes his Senate Bill 222, Sen. Rand Paul: Senate has chance to fix ObamaCare…