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The wealthiest Americans stand to gain from the demise of Obamacare in a federal lawsuit backed by the Trump administration.
Trump’s Medicare chief brushed aside questions on an Obamacare backup plan amid grilling from House Democrats
Seema Verma repeatedly deflected questions for more details on a backup plan if the Affordable Care Act is struck down in court.
The most popular Obamacare plan will see premiums drop 4% next year, coupled with a boost in insurers
The Trump administration touted the announcement and lauded its own handling of the Affordable Care Act even as it still sought to end it.
Open enrollment runs from November 1st to December 15th, but there are 2 possible ways to get health insurance if you miss it
For most states, open enrollment for 2020 coverage begins on November 1st and ends December 15th unless you qualify for a special enrollment period.
I’m self-employed and I shop for health insurance every year. Here’s the equation I use to choose the best plan.
To find the best plan for herself, she runs the numbers — including copays, premiums, out-of-pocket maximums, and prescription costs.
Open enrollment is a period of time each year when you can shop for and enroll in a health insurance plan.
The number of Americans without health insurance jumped for the first time since the Obamacare debate kicked off in 2009
The increasing number of people lacking health insurance is remarkable given the relative strength of the American economy.
Joe Biden may be making the same mistake with his healthcare plan that Obama did during the push to pass Obamacare
Joe Biden said people who like their health insurance can keep it under his proposal. His words echo a promise Obama failed to keep with Obamacare.
Biden said Sanders' "Medicaid for All" plan would cost $3 trillion. Then Sanders called Biden's plan to expand Obamacare a Republican one.
Obamacare faced another critical moment in court. Over 20 million Americans could lose their health insurance if it’s eventually struck down.
Obamacare faced another court challenge, and its future is uncertain. Over 20 million Americans could lose their health coverage if the law is undone.