Are you shopping for an Obamacare health insurance plan? Learn which plan is right for you and your family’s health care needs
About half of US states set up ‘exchanges’ to help their citizens obtain health insurance in the wake of the Affordable Care Act’s passage. Here are the best and worst ones.
Created by the Affordable Care Act, these cooperatives were supposed to expand Americans’ health insurance options. Some did, but many others failed. Here’s why, and what that means for you going forward.
The Affordable Care Act turned the American healthcare system on its head when it became the law of the land in 2010. The question is: did it do so in a good or bad way? It depends on who you ask.
Several states decided not to expand Medicaid resulting in the Obamacare Gap. Find out what it could mean for you if you live in one of these states.
Six years after it was signed into law, "Obamacare" continues to spawn myths and misinformation, as the following 16 misconceptions prove.
When was this health-insurance-related law enacted, why was it enacted, what does it do, and what does all of this mean for you and your family? Read on to find out…
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