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Obamacare sign-ups: How states with their own websites stack up (+video)

Connecticut runs its own Affordable Care Act (ACA) insurance marketplace, and its online exchange has been working. RECOMMENDED: How much do you know about health-care reform? Take our quiz! In fact, of 11 states that are running their own online ...
Froma Harrop: Latest Obamacare lawsuit a dull rerun - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 PST

- 5 days ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: On television, summer reruns are becoming a thing of the past. Noting a jump in demand for fresh entertainment in the hot months, TV execs are responding with original programming. In Washington, D.C., however, suing Obamacare gets played over and over and over again, whatever the heat index. These summer reruns don’t get much audience, but that hasn’t deterred the House Republicans. This is ...

EDITORIAL: Obamacare fiascos in Minnesota, Maryland, Nevada, elsewhere

- 5 days ago @ washingtontimes.com: Billions have been spent nationalizing health care, but it's still no easier for many Americans to get adequate health coverage. In Minnesota, it's actually more difficult because the only place to find a policy, the Obamacare exchange, still doesn't work.

EDITORIAL: Obamacare fiascos in Minnesota, Maryland, Oregon, elsewhere

- 5 days ago @ washingtontimes.com: Billions have been spent nationalizing health care, but it's still no easier for many Americans to get adequate health coverage. In Minnesota, it's actually more difficult because the only place to find a policy, the Obamacare exchange, still doesn't work.

Obamacare dominates concerns of crowded GOP field seeking to be Kansas

- 4 days ago @ kansascity.com: Sounding anti-Obamacare themes, a crowded field seeks the Republican nomination to replace the Kansas state insurance commissioner, who has lost favor with her own party. Five candidates, including two from Johnson County, want to take over for Sandy ...

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Obamacare OK’s Fake Accounts and Fake Promises

For months after the official launch date of the Affordable Care Act exchanges, the failures in the systems involved the near-impossibility of successfully enrolling in Obamacare health insurance coverage. To this day, the federal exchange still lacks the “back end” needed to determine how many sign-ups actually have coverage and are paying their premiums, leaving the number of successful ...

Don't Panic. Obamacare Is Safe.

Slate Magazine: Two Republican appointees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit just grabbed headlines by striking down a key part of Obamacare. Over a stalwart dissent from Judge Harry Edwards (Carter appointee), Judge Thomas B. Griffith (George W. Bush) ...

Why the Halbig Decision Is Nothing for Republicans to Celebrate

Slate Magazine: One more reason I feel confident that the D.C. Circuit's three-judge panel is on the losing end of this tug of war: Obamacare is increasingly popular. … Do all those governors who refused to set up state exchanges want the people in their state to be ...

Killing Obamacare With a Typo

Daily Beast: Roberts would have an opportunity to get his textualist ticket, revoked by conservatives after his decision to uphold Obamacare, re-stamped for life. More than 5 million Americans have purchased subsidized insurance through the federal exchange. If the ...

Obamacare insured 10.3M new people

The federal government says 10.3 million adults have become newly insured since the launch of Obamacare last fall.

Obamacare's bottom line: 10.3M newly insured

The federal government says 10.3 million adults have become newly insured since the launch of Obamacare last fall.

Five U.S. territories become Obamacare-free, with a catch

The mass media downplayed last week’s Obama administration ruling that five U.S. territories don’t have to implement most of the Affordable Care Act. But two court rulings this week about Obamacare could focus more attention on the Department of Health and Human Services’ decision.

The Judges Who Ruled Against Obamacare Are Following Scalia Down a

The Slatest: As Emily Bazelon carefully explained, the part of Obamacare at issue provided subsidies for people who buy health insurance in exchanges “established by the State under section 1311” of the Affordable Care Act. The majority held that this part of the ...

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ObamaCare subsidies in jeopardy

The Hill: A pillar of ObamaCare was put in jeopardy Tuesday as two appeals courts split on whether the law's premium subsidies are legal in 36 states. In the first ruling, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals said the Affordable Care Act (ACA) does not permit the ...

'Obama overreached.' 'No he didn't.'

Chicago Tribune: Is this the beginning of the end of Obamacare? Tuesday's ruling by a U.S. appellate court panel in the District of Columbia creates the possibility that the Affordable Care Act will unravel. The appellate panel found — “reluctantly,” the majority said ...

1 Key Way Obamacare Could Help Johnson & Johnson Stock

Motley Fool: But management highlighted some new and exciting opportunities for this underloved division, including a huge potential tailwind from the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare). Watch the video below for more on this exciting growth opportunity.

Obamacare versus Pence

NUVO Newsweekly: I have a friend who is undergoing cancer treatments. She doesn't have a regular job and her health care is being covered by a COBRA plan. Last fall she checked into Indiana's fledgling insurance exchange, set up under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but ...

Obamacare and the Pitfalls of Congressional Legislating

The Affordable Care Act highlights the need for a more deliberative—and more humble—Congress, one quicker to acknowledge its own flaws, and change its processes accordingly.

Obamacare-driven competition lowering rates in some states

much-maligned Affordable Care Act attracting for-profit insurers, driving prices down in some states.

Editorial: Obamacare and fuzzy math

A PRIVATE foundation has given Obamacare a glowing report, claiming that 20 million Americans "gained coverage under the Affordable Care Act as of May 1.

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS..

Appeals courts differ on Obamacare; Supreme Court case likely

CNN: Washington (CNN) -- It was a tale of two rulings -- the best of times and the worst of times for Obamacare in the federal appeals courts. First, a three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit court of appeals ruled Tuesday against a key component of the law ...

Judge Uses Domino's Pizza to Explain Obamacare Exchanges

Buried in today's ruling in favor of Obamacare subsidies is the perfect way to explain the case to people who aren't riveted by health care policy: talk about pizza. Hours after the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Obamacare subsidies from federal exchanges were illegal, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decided the exact opposite, using a lunch-time appropriate Domino's and Pizza Hut ...

FEDERAL APPEALS COURT..

Federal courts issue conflicting rulings on legality of ObamaCare subsidies

Fox News: WASHINGTON – Two federal appeals court rulings put the issue of ObamaCare subsidies in limbo Tuesday, with one court invalidating some of them and the other upholding all of them. The first decision came Tuesday morning from a three-judge panel of ...

Appeals Courts Disagree Over Obamacare

NBCNews.com: Obamacare got taken for a roller-coaster ride on Tuesday when two different appeals courts took completely different takes on the latest challenges to the law. In a potentially lethal blow, a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. ruled that the ...

The potentially huge cost of today's Obamacare decision

A federal appeals court just dealt Obamacare its biggest legal defeat in more than four years. Potentially bigger than the Supreme Court's 2012 ruling that the Medicaid expansion isn't mandatory, and more consequential than last month's Hobby Lobby ...

Obamacare Could Go Back to the Supreme Court

It looks like the president’s health care law might be heading back to the Supreme Court, as two conflicting federal appeals court rulings today threw the fate of Obamacare back into question. The issue this time is over subsidies provided to people who signed up for health coverage through the federal exchange. Today, two courts issued their rulings—both arriving at opposite conclusions ...

'Obamacare' whiplashed by conflicting court rulings

A US federal appeals court delivered a potentially crippling blow to President Barack Obama's health care law Tuesday by limiting insurance subsidies, but a second court issued a contradictory ruling on the issue. The opposing verdicts, just hours apart, brought what one US senator described as "chaos and confusion" to the status of Obamacare, with likelihood growing that the Supreme Court will ...

WALL STREET JOURNAL..

Upholding ObamaCare—as Written

Wall Street Journal: President Obama's penchant for treating laws as unlimited grants of power to his Administration is catching up with him. The irony is that on Tuesday the nation's second highest court ruled that ObamaCare is defined by what Congress enacted, not how ...

Reining in ObamaCare—and the President

Wall Street Journal: The resulting backlash against how ObamaCare actually works could finally convince even Democrats to reopen the statute. At its heart, though, Halbig is not just about ObamaCare. It is about determining whether the president, like an autocrat, can levy ...

Court Rejects ObamaCare Suit

Wall Street Journal: Ron Johnson of Wisconsin announced his ObamaCare lawsuit on the pages of The Wall Street Journal. "I am filing suit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin to make Congress live by the letter of the health-care law it imposed ...

Obamacare and the Pitfalls of Congressional Legislating

Weeks before Congress embarked on its final push to put Obamacare on the statute books, then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi infamously stated that Congress had to pass the bill “so that you can find out what's in it.” But last week, a staffer at the heart ...

PART OF OBAMACARE..

Obamacare could be saved by 'nuclear option'

CNBC.com: When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid went "nuclear" last winter, he just might have saved a major part of Obamacare from a serious challenge it now faces. Reid's power play over Republican opposition in December led to the seating of three Democratic ...

Obamacare could be saved by 'nuclear option'

When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid went "nuclear" last winter, he just might have saved a major part of Obamacare from a huge challenge it faces.

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