The Republicans have been fighting to repeal former President Obama's Affordable Care Act (ACA) also known as the Obamacare because they believe that it can boost up the US economy and that there will be more jobs availability. However, this was not the result that was seen in the latest study made by the EPI
A judge, along with five states and three religious affiliated groups, ordered barring of Obamacare's policy that seeks antidiscrimination for transgenders and women's abortion nationwide under the Affordable Care Act.
Since its passing in 2010, it is still too early to know its impact on the economy, claimed the health expert Joseph Antos. But so far it has not damaged the economy and even if it has, the impact is not severe.
Americans will pay an average premium of $328 monthly for a mid-tier health insurance plan when the Obamacare health exchanges open for enrollment next week, and most will qualify for government subsidies to lower that price, the Obama administration said on Wednesday.
Following Tuesday afternoon, he proved that he meant to stand by his words when he protested against the Government Funding Bill for Obamacare on the Senate floor. The hard truth he is faced with is the fact that he may not be able to block the legislation, and that he lacked other Republicans support.
Korey Kormick, 29, has not had health insurance for at least a decade. His job, as a contract employee directing chess tournaments and coaching kids in the fundamentals of the game, doesn't offer it, and he hasn't been able to afford coverage on the individual market.
With the Obama administration poised for a huge public education campaign on healthcare reform, Republicans and their allies are mobilizing a counter-offensive including town hall meetings, protests and media promotions to dissuade uninsured Americans from obtaining health coverage.
Congressional Republicans pressed President Barack Obama on Tuesday to delay a requirement under his healthcare law that Americans obtain insurance next year after the administration gave employers a one-year reprieve from having to provide it to staff.
Days after delaying health insurance requirements for employers, the Obama administration has decided to roll back requirements for new state online insurance marketplaces to verify the income and health coverage status of people who apply for subsidized coverage.
Business owners who are looking into employee health insurance to avoid penalties due to Obamacare can take a short breather as the White House has announced that the due date has been extended until January of 2015.