As part of the Affordable Care Act, Healthcare.gov was supposed to help Americans shop for cheaper health insurance. But in its first day live, the site is rife with problems.
The Affordable Care Act includes a provision that allows government officials to make home visits to select groups.
A headline that reflected poorly on President Obama was apparently scrapped without notice.
Another union is voicing concerns over ObamaCare, raising questions about why they didn’t voice these concerns before it was passed.
Once staunch supporters of ObamaCare, the Teamsters are doing an about face after learning that the law will impact them.
Company says, ‘It’s a given that health care reform will result in some changes to our benefits program.’
In a surprise announcement late Tuesday, the Treasury Department said they are delaying ObamaCare’s employer mandate for a year.
America’s largest health insurance provider, UnitedHealth, is leaving the individual coverage business in California ahead of Obamacare’s impending implementation. But they aren’t the first firm to fold up shop in the Golden State.
Federal appeals court sides with Oklahoma-based company in fight for religious freedom under the Affordable Care Act.
The Obama Administration, looking for increasingly creative ways to market Obamacare, is turning to the National Basketball Association.