After more than three decades, the Census Bureau is planning on changing the source from which it obtains health insurance data.
Yesterday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its updated budget projections for 2014 to 2024.
A survey conducted by the RAND American Life Panel estimated that a total of 9.3 million American adults gained health insurance from September 2013 to mid-March 2014.
On March 31, the administration reached its goal of enrolling more than 7 million individuals in the federal and state health exchanges.
Yesterday, the House voted to eliminate a piece of Obamacare that is forcing employers to cut hours to avoid insuring millions under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Yesterday, the Obama Administration announced that 7.1 million Americans had enrolled under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), reaching the administration’s goal for the March 31 deadline.
Four years after the Affordable Care Act, known more commonly as “Obamacare,” became law, Americans remain skeptical and frustrated with the law.
It’s the last day to enroll in Obamacare (kind of…not really…but sort of), and things aren’t looking up for the healthcare law.
Today, March 31, marks the deadline for individuals to enroll for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
This week, Obamacare faced more legal challenges as the rights for subsidies to be awarded through the federal exchanges again came into question.