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Health Care Reform:

A Guide to Health Insurance & Affordable Care Act

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  1. Ruling May Boost Gay Couples' Health Coverage

    By Jay Hancock The right to marry in any state won’t be the only gain for gay couples from last week’s Supreme Court ruling. The decision will probably boost health insurance among gay couples as same-sex spouses get access to employer plans, say analysts and benefits consultants. How much is unclea

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  2. Obamacare’s Next 5 Hurdles to Clear

    In its first five years, the Affordable Care Act has survived technical meltdowns, a presidential election, two Supreme Court challenges — including one resolved Thursday — and dozens of repeal efforts in Congress. But its long-term future still isn’t ensured. Here are five of the biggest hurdles re

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  3. Ruling Supports Tax Credits for Health Insurance

    June 25, 2015 -- Millions of people who received tax credits to pay for health insurance will get to keep them. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the tax credits, offered on Affordable Care Act insurance policies sold through, are legal. The Court’s decision protects health insura

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  4. California Caps What Patients Pay For Pricey Drugs

    By April Dembosky, KQED Expensive specialty medicines used to treat cancer and chronic illnesses have forced some very ill Americans to choose between getting proper treatment and paying their rent. To ease the financial burden, the California agency that governs the state’s Affordable Care Act mark

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  5. Decision May Cripple N.C. Health Insurance Market

    By Michael Tomsic, WFAE CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Roughly half a million North Carolinians could soon lose money they depend on for health insurance. The U.S. Supreme Court will rule soon on a key part of the Affordable Care Act. It governs federal subsidies for insurance in states like North Carolina that

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  6. CBO: 19 Million Uninsured If Health Law Repealed

    By Phil Galewitz Repealing the federal health law would add an additional 19 million to the ranks of the uninsured in 2016 and increase the federal deficit over the next decade, the Congressional Budget Office said Friday. The report is the first time CBO has analyzed the costs of the health law usi

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  7. Four Words In Health Law Divide The Supreme Court

    By Stuart Taylor Jr. The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to issue a decision this month in a case that could again threaten a key aspect of President Barack Obama’s health law. But this time around, unlike three years ago when the court rejected a constitutional challenge to the law’s individual mandat

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  8. Some Face Key Gap in Obamacare Women’s Coverage

    By Michelle Andrews Having a baby is a common women’s health event, yet insurance coverage isn’t always assured. Although the federal government recently clarified that many insurance plans must cover prenatal care as a preventive service without charging women anything out of pocket, it didn’t addr

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  9. Is The Uninsured Rate The Lowest Ever?

    By Julie Rovner Almost no one disputes that the implementation of the federal health law has helped Americans who were previously uninsured gain coverage. But exactly how much has the uninsured rate dropped? A whole lot, says President Barack Obama. “Nearly one in three uninsured Americans have alre

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  10. Some Insured Still Skip Care Because Of High Costs

    By Jim Burress, WABE A key goal of the Affordable Care Act is to help people get health insurance who may have not been able to pay for it before. But the most popular plans – those with low monthly premiums – also have high deductibles and copays. And that can leave medical care still out of reach

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