Month: September 2014
President Barack Obama's health care law uses the tax system to subsidize coverage for the uninsured.
Potential complications await consumers as President Barack Obama's health care law approaches its second open enrollment season, just two months away.
The sales pitch for the health law is getting an overhaul for the fall.
The latest volley in the war over Proposition 45, the November ballot initiative to regulate health insurance rate hikes, is over intervenors who play an obscure role in the state's process for overseeing insurance.
In California, health insurance is already thoroughly regulated by the state.
IRS Commissioner: We’ll Deal With Obamacare Even Though Congress Has Withheld Funding Request
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told Congress on Wednesday his agency is not getting the funding it needs to help consumers sift through new Obamacare requirements during next year's filing season.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law Wednesday morning to provide at least three days of paid sick leave annually to every worker in California, extending the benefit to some 6.5 million employees, or about 40 percent of California's workforce.
Obamacare Has Reduced The Uninsured Rate For Virtually Everyone – Except Kids
By now, the evidence seems pretty clear that Obamacare has reduced the ranks of the uninsured across virtually every demographic since the start of the law's coverage expansion in January.
Millions of consumers will soon receive notices from health insurance companies stating that their coverage is being automatically renewed for 2015, along with the financial assistance they received this year from the federal government.
If most consumers who bought health insurance through Covered California this year sit back and do nothing, they'll be automatically enrolled in the same plan next year.