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Obamacare 2015 Enrollment Surge

Obamacare 2015 Enrollment Surge pass 6 Million

Healthcare Market place ends year with over 6 Million Obamacare 2015 Enrollment Surge: January 1st, 2015 starts the next round of individuals either re-enrolling, or getting health care from the Health Insurance Marketplace for the first time. This year getting close
Obamacare battle looms ahead with 114th Congress

Obamacare battle looms ahead after 2014 Midterm results

Obamacare battle looms ahead after 2014 Midterm results It’s been over four years since the signing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, most commonly referred to as Obamacare. The legislative fire that started four years ago over the signing
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Obamacare Drops Uninsured Rate of Latinos

Obamacare Drops Uninsured Rate of Latinos Obamacare is dramatically boosting health insurance among Latinos, a group that has historically suffered the highest uninsured rate in the U.S. One of the groups that have historically suffered the highest uninsured rate in the
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Colorado Exchange Expects Large Drop

Colorado Exchange Expects Large Drop According to an article posted by healthnewscoloardo.com The Colorado Health exchange managers expect to lose about 30 percent of enrollees due to attrition by year’s end. The state will carryover 114,000 existing customers as they head
Judge Tossess Senator's Obamacare Lawsuit

Judge Tosses’s Senator’s Obamacare Lawsuit

Judge Tosses’s Senator’s Obamacare Lawsuit MILWAUKEE –  On Monday a Federal Judge dismissed a U.S. senator’s lawsuit challenging a requirement that congressional members and their staffs obtain government-subsidized health insurance through small business exchanges, saying the senator had no grounds to
List of Obamacare Lawsuits Awaits Federal Courts

List of Obamacare Lawsuits Awaits Federal Courts

Court See’s List of Obamacare Lawsuits There are Four lawsuits pending in federal courts argue that Americans who bought insurance through online exchanges managed by the federal government should not be allowed to get the same subsidies granted to people who got
Republican Judges deals potential Blow to Obamacare

Republican Judges Deals Blow to Obamacare

WASHINGTON — Today two Republican judges whom sits on the D.C. Circuit Court rule that a typo is enough to strip health care subsidies from up to 5 million individuals, adding another blow to the Affordable Health Care following the Supreme Court
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U.S. Uninsured Rates Plummet

On April 1, 2014 It was announced by the White House 7.1 Million individuals have registered for health plans as part of the Affordable Care Act, additionally 3 Million individuals signed up for health plans under the Medicaid Expansion provision of
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