Agreement on how exactly to “repeal and replace” the federal health law is giving Republican fits as they are unable to come to a consensus.
President Barack Obama took to the media to pressure Republicans to unveil a replacement proposal before they repeal major parts of the law.
By Julie Rovner Leading Republicans have vowed that even if they repeal most of the Affordable Care Act early in 2017, a replacement will not hurt those currently receiving benefits. Republicans will seek to ensure that “no one is worse off,” said House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., in an interview with a Wisconsin newspaper earlier […]
Six years into building its business around the Affordable Care Act, the nation’s $3 trillion health care industry may be losing that political playbook.
Replacement that Republicans can agree on will not be quick if they intend to maintain coverage for 20 million who gained coverage with health law.
The health law prohibits insurers from discriminating against people with serious illnesses, but some marketplace plans sidestep with drug discrimination.
Republicans have been vowing for six years now to repeal the Affordable Care Act. A Donald Trump victory could do just that.
2.5 million Americans currently buying individual health coverage off-Marketplace may be eligible for Affordable Care Act premium tax credits
The Affordable Care Act led to widespread coverage gains across income, age, geography, and race; expanding Medicaid significantly strengthens gains
Despite much hand-wringing about health insurers exiting the marketplaces where people buy individual coverage, Simple Choice Plans to the rescue?