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Obamacare ‘bronze’ plan premiums expected to jump 14% in 2015.....

Obamacare “bronze” plan owners may be in for a shock next year. Investors predict the cheapest healthcare offering under the Affordable Care Act could jump nearly 14 percent in price. 62 more words


#amwriting How the #republican block of free #medicaid hurts all uninsured. #uniteblue #artistfordemocrats #vote 11/4

Artist,writers,seasonal workers – we all could have been covered by the medicaid expansion, but my little red hate state of Georgia, with her high unemployment and high poverty was denied the free medicaid expansion by republican state government. 270 more words

Obamacare likely to cost $300 billion more than thought – Congressional Budget Office

The real cost of Obamacare will be hundreds of billions of dollars more than expected, Republican members of the Senate Budget Committee now say, and will greatly increase the federal deficit during the next decade. 540 more words


Most People Are Eligible To Use The Marketplace

To be eligible for health coverage through the Marketplace, you:

  • Must live in the United States
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or national (or  be lawfully present).
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Affordable Health Insurance Is Available

The Health Insurance Marketplace allows uninsured people to get health coverage.  Many people who apply through the Marketplace qualify for premium tax credits and savings on out-of-pocket costs based on household income and size.

UNITED STATES: ' Public Support for Obama-Care Languishes at Lowest Level of Support for Four Years Since Inception '

#AceNewsServices – WASHINGTON – Public support for President Barack Obama’s health care law is languishing at its lowest level since passage of the landmark legislation four years ago, according to a new poll. 220 more words


Patients Racking Up Medical Bills Despite Affordable Care Act

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Even people with health insurance can still rack up significant medical debt, particularly if they get a serious illness.    Now,  a new service from Nerdwallet is helping steer individuals with outstanding medical debt to medical billing experts,  who can help reduce those bills. 293 more words