StrategyWithout Ginsburg, Judicial Threats to the ACA, Reproductive Rights Heighten
Ginsburg's absence from the bench could accelerate a trend underway to get cases to the Supreme Court toward invalidating the...
StrategyCory Gardner's Bill Has as Much to Do With Politics as Preexisting Conditions
Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo) said in a tweet on September 15 he authored legislation "to guarantee coverage to people with...
InnovationObamacare Co-Ops Down From 23 to Final '3 Little Miracles'
Today, co-ops cover about 128,000 people, just 1% of the 11 million Obamacare enrollees who get coverage through the exchanges.
Opposition to Obamacare Becomes Political Liability for GOP Incumbents
Public sentiment about the ACA, also known as Obamacare, has shifted considerably during the Trump administration.
StrategySCOTUS Schedules ACA Oral Arguments for Nov. 10
The consolidated California v. Azar and Texas v. Azar will be heard one week after the presidential election, but a...
StrategyHealth Insurance Survey Finds Widespread Coverage Gaps, Financial Stress
Many of the more than 4,000 people surveyed by the Commonwealth Fund said their care costs are a significant and...
Strategy'Pennie'-Pinching States Take Over Obamacare Exchanges From Feds
Pennsylvania lawmakers set up an insurance exchange (nicknamed "Pennie"), designed to pass on expected savings to policyholders.
StrategyBack to the Future: Trump's History of Promising a Health Plan That Never Comes
In his 3½ years in office, the president has yet to deliver on his oft-repeated promise of replacing the ACA.
FinanceCovered California Announces Record-Low Rate Hike for 2021
Some industry observers had called for rate cuts, given the windfall health plans have reaped so far this year from...
Covid-19Missourians to Vote on Medicaid Expansion as Crisis Leaves Millions Without Insurance
If Medicaid expansion passes in Missouri, coverage for those newly eligible people would begin in 2021.
FinanceCMS says Exchange Enrollment Snapshot Shows 'Market Stability'
CMS reported that 10.7 million consumers had gained coverage through the Exchanges in February 2020.
StrategyCourt of Appeals for D.C. Circuit Upholds Trump's STLDI Expansion
Last year, a federal judge sided with the administration on a final rule expanding access to short-term limited-duration insurance.