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TOPEKA, Kan. Kansas will allow its state Farm Bureau to offer health care coverage that doesn't satisfy the Affordable Care Act.
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FierceHealthcare 04/18/2019 17:21
Insurers offering plans on the Affordable Care Act exchanges responded to the Trump administration’s 2017 decision to end CSRs by stacking most premium increases on silver plans, which are used to determine federal subsidies.
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National Review 04/18/2019 11:36
A decade ago, Democrats insisted that the Affordable Care Act would reduce the health-care costs of Americans and give the nation universal coverage.
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InsuranceNewsNet 04/17/2019 09:03
But the Minnesota Democrat seemed right at home in the South Florida heat Tuesday talking about how to improve Obamacare as opposed to how best to overhaul it.
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Axios 04/15/2019 05:15
There has been appropriate handwringing since 2010 about the affordability of Affordable Care Act plans in the marketplaces. But new data show that health insurance is decidedly less affordable for lower income people who get coverage at work than for their counterparts with similar incomes in the marketplaces. Why it matters: It’s another example of how, when we focus so much on the ACA markets, we lose sight of problems in the employer-based health system where far more people get their coverage. For lower-wage workers, their coverage is decidedly worse than ACA coverage is. The details: A low-income family with a marketplace plan pays 8.4% of their income on premiums and out-of-pocket costs, compared to 14% for a lower-wage family with e.
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MedPageToday.com 04/12/2019 17:00
Bob Doherty, the ACP's senior vice president of governmental affairs and public policy, expressed the college's concerns about threats to the Affordable Care Act (ACA.
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CNBC 04/12/2019 11:22
The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, is once again in jeopardy after President Donald Trump reignited debate over his predecessor's health care law in March when his administration decided to support a federal judge's ruling that Obamacare is ...
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CNBC - Business 04/12/2019 10:42
Separately, a federal appeals court in New Orleans said Wednesday it will hear arguments in July on a lawsuit backed by President Donald Trump to overturn Obamacare.
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MediaMatters 04/12/2019 10:03
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Sir, why don't you stand up for a second. What's your name? AUDIENCE MEMBER: Jim. KILMEADE: Jim, you said you -- the Republicans, yeah -- "Medicare for All" might not be your thing, but Republicans got to have something, right? AUDIENCE MEMBER: Yeah, I'm anxious to hear what the alternative plan is because I can't afford Obamacare. I mean, it's more than double any mortgage I have ever had. KILMEADE: But when you have nothing on the Republican side except for fixing Obamacare, is that OK? AUDIENCE MEMBER: No. I mean, I got to hear the alternative. You know, I'm hoping it's going to be better because what we have is not good. Previously :. After failing to repeal Obamacare, Fox's Kilmeade complains that "healthy peop.
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Trump has countered that he wants to come up with a better plan than the Affordable Care Act.
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CNN (United States) 04/10/2019 17:40
Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday he believes the Justice Department's decision not to argue in favor of upholding the Affordable Care Act is a "defensible legal position to take.
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