This post is about Obamacare. It’s hardly news anymore, I know. But my focus is less on the details of America’s ongoing efforts to reform its health sector, than on the way the discourse has played out – making the post another in my series on the dysfunctional ways in which we speak about government. 1,239 more words
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration says consumers will have two more days to sign up for HealthCare.gov coverage that takes effect Jan. 1.
Kevin Counihan, CEO of HealthCare.gov made the announcement Tuesday night, citing “unprecedented” consumer demand. 108 more words
WASHINGTON – After what’s being called an “unprecedented demand” at Healthcare.gov and the marketplace call center, the deadline to sign up for coverage that starts on January 1, 2016 has been extended to 11:59 pm, PST, on December 17th. 169 more words
DES MOINES, Iowa — December 15, 2015, is the last day to enroll or change plans for new health insurance coverage to start January 1, 2016. 145 more words