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Premium rates for health insurance plans sold through the Affordable Care Act marketplace are going down in 2019, but Philadelphia-area residents who bought plans with a tax subsidy last year may be in store for sticker shock when they receive their renewal notices. [Read More]
Heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis warned his opponents that they could run but not hide. Rep. Tom MacArthur, a Republican who delivered key votes for President Donald Trump, is running for re-election without completely hiding his pro-Trump loyalties. Instead, he's playing peek-a-boo. In a tough race for a southern New Jersey seat he won by 20 percentage points in 2016, MacArthur insists he's not a Trump lemming and has differed with the president on several issues. But MacArthur was the author of the key amendment to weaken insurance protections for people with preexisting medical conditions when House Republicans voted... [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson slammed Gov. Rick Scott and Republicans over health care at a campaign event in Orlando on Thursday, warning that Scott and the GOP could endanger the Affordable Care Act and its protections for pre-existing conditions. Scott's Senate campaign, meanwhile, called Nelson's warnings... [Read More]
The Obamacare fight is not over. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said in a Wednesday interview with Reuters that if Republicans "had the votes to completely start over, we'd do it." He described the party's failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act as "the one disappointment of this Congress from a Republican point of view." There is a strong chance that McConnell will have more votes in the Senate after the 2018 midterm: And McConnell isn't alone. There is still strong enthusiasm among top Republicans for returning to Obamacare repeal. "I think at the end of the... [Read More]
The Pennsylvania insurance department approved 2019 premium rates on the Affordable Care Act marketplace, a statewide aggregate decrease of 2.3 percent for individual plans, the department announced Thursday. Buyers across the state will have more options as about half of Pennsylvania's counties... [Read More]
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Democrat Richard Cordray has been barraging his Republican opponent in Ohio's governor's race as someone who wants to end health insurance protections for people with pre-existing conditions. Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine, his rival, has reached back nearly a quarter-century, to a U.S. Senate debate from 1994, to defend himself. That's despite DeWine joining a Republican lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act on his first day in office as Ohio's lawyer in 2011. It's a playbook that's unfolding in U.S. [Read More]
as the Affordable Care Act is commonly known - won't be on the ballot next month. But the fate of the eight-year old health care law could be decided by which party wins control of Congress in November. "Medicare for All" - the progressive alternative to Obamacare - also stands to gain or lose ground. And the Trump administration will be looking for a green light to keep making health care changes of its own. Republican strategist Karl Rove wrote about what's at stake in a recent Wall Street Journal column.... [Read More]
Get the latest San Diego news. CBS News 8 is the local source for San Diego breaking news, top stories, weather, traffic, sports, entertainment and more. [Read More]
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Among all of the lying Republican liars running for re-election on the basis of their love for the Affordable Care Act's protections, none is more humungous than Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. Here's what he said in Tuesday night's debate against his... [Read More]
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Alternative Medical Insurance Resources for Dependents and Part-Time Employees Oct 16 Share ... [Read More]
Federal government went local on Tuesday, as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi attended a health care forum at Lawrence General Hospital, moderated by congressional hopeful Lori Trahan, Democratic... [Read More]
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For the first time in 3 years, premiums on Colorado's health insurance exchange are relatively stable. Data released by the Colorado Division of Insurance show that premiums for Affordable Care Act plans both on and off the exchange are going up by an average of 5.6 percent in 2019. Last year, that same …... [Read More]
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Health insurance costs in Washington state are about to soar for people who are covered under the Affordable Care Act, sparking bitter pre-election campaign fights around the state over who's …... [Read More]
A first-term Republican in Congress whose brash rhetoric has been compared to President Donald Trump is softening her tone as she faces a Democratic challenger in a hotly contested race in upstate New York. Claudia Tenney was an early Trump supporter who backed his tax overhaul and the bid to repeal the Affordable Care Act. She has claimed, without presenting evidence, many people who commit mass murders are Democrats and once circulated a petition to prosecute and lock up Hillary Clinton. Now Tenney says she doesn't always agree with the president, but their close... [Read More]
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, is insurance-based health care legislation designed to improve Americans' access to medical care at lower costs. [Read More]
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If you didn't sign up for the Affordable Care Act last year because of the prices, experts want you to look again.        ... [Read More]
It's not a mystery what was in the two bills to repeal the Affordable Care Act that Rep. Bruce Poliquin supported. To know what the repeal bills included doesn't require peering into the mists of t…... [Read More]
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The Center for American Progress Act Fund has done the huge job of finding all the Republican Congress members in the 73 House races Cook Political report has declared competitive who voted at least once to eliminate the Affordable Care Act (ACA)... [Read More]
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act raised the incentives that employers can offer to drive participation in workplace wellness programs, a... [Read More]
A father and son from California have pleaded guilty for their roles in a scheme that defrauded more than $27 million from Affordable Care Act programs in at least 12 states. Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say 60-year-old Jeffrey White and 33-year-old Nicholas White, both of Twin Peaks, California, pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to commit health care fraud. Authorities say the Whites fraudulently enrolled people in ACA plans in states where those people did not live, often using phony documentation. [Read More]
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