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A law Congress passed to keep itself from spending too much could have consequences for many federal programs. [Read More]
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On government tables, it looks as if it's low-income people. But the real losers would be higher up the income scale. [Read More]
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There's a reason Democrats put the provision in the bill. Eliminating it would reduce insurance coverage and drive up premiums. Just how much is up... [Read More]
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The nation's health care system is far from perfect, but Canadians value fairness more than Americans do, and he's aiming to change that. [Read More]
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Now the silver plans will be more expensive in many markets than gold plans that have much lower deductibles. [Read More]
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Many health insurers have increased prices on a midlevel insurance plan, making them much more expensive in some parts of the country. [Read More]
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The proposed bill won't lower premiums right away, but it will offer reassurance to insurers. [Read More]
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State regulators and insurers have found a way to funnel more federal money into the markets and protect consumers from big rate hikes. [Read More]
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President Trump's dual actions to undermine the health law have left insurers angry and anxious. But they are not running for the exits yet. [Read More]
Nothing yet. But it could matter for people who buy their own insurance or get it from work in the long-term. [Read More]
Most plans can probably survive without the subsidies he vowed to cut off on Thursday. But he has signaled that he will use policy levers... [Read More]
People with Medicaid and employer plans need not worry about big policy changes. But the individual insurance market will be marked by high prices and... [Read More]
The latest Republican repeal effort looks imperiled. But that doesn't mean the dream of state health care innovation is dead. [Read More]
Every state would need to make political choices and build brand-new systems in only two years. Remember what happened with HealthCare.gov? [Read More]
The latest Republican proposal to undo the Affordable Care Act would grant states much greater flexibility and all but guarantee much greater uncertainty for tens... [Read More]
States would be given money to establish their own health policies, and it's hard to know who would remain covered and how. [Read More]
The political and procedural hurdles are many, but the hunger for victory among Republicans may overcome all. [Read More]
A comparison of the latest bill released by Senate Republicans with the Affordable Care Act. [Read More]
The bill envisions a wholesale transformation of the U.S. health system, but it also considers more modest reforms to smooth the transition. [Read More]
Bernie Sanders's proposal has big implications for consumers and the health care industry. [Read More]
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