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Insurer Exits Reduce Choices in Illinois Marketplace

CHICAGO (AP) – Choices will be fewer for health insurance marketplace customers shopping for 2017 coverage in many parts of President Barack Obama’s home state. 472 more words


The Cost of not having Individual Health Insurance in 2016

The Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare tax penalty in 2016 for not having individual health insurance has increased again. Many people don’t know the cost until it shows up as a tax penalty, reducing their expected tax return refund or even increasing their tax liability. 456 more words

Here Come the Czars

Quick, tell me what great achievements can you think of that our US government czars have accomplished? Say what?

Having finished my 50-installment project on research that is going on in various universities in every state in the country I am embarking on a new project; taking a look at what kind of interesting things our government is up to. 342 more words

Current Events

Small Business Health Care Tax Credit

As a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), qualified small employers may be eligible to receive a tax credit for a portion of the health insurance premiums paid on behalf of their employees. 161 more words


Enroll Nebraska:Education and Engagement Group

Enroll Nebraska


Enroll Nebraska is a statewide network of community organizations, enrollment assisters, health care providers, and advocacy groups working to promote the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and enrollment in health insurance. 65 more words

Affordable Care Act

Healthcare.gov CEO: 'Perfect? No' but Florida a 'big success'

He knows. He heard. Kevin Counihan is aware that opinions, especially in a state like Florida, remain sharply divided on whether healthcare.gov represents a stirring tale of innovation and progress or a federal Frankenstein that — by way of the courts or this fall’s election — deserves to die with a stake in its heart. 786 more words


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