Stephanie Daugherty earns too much from her part-time job at a doctor's office to qualify for Medicaid, but not enough to comfortably afford one of the health plans for sale through the federally-run insurance exchange that Texas and many states use.
Obamacare enrollment passed the government's official projection for 2015 despite about 200,000 immigrants losing coverage because they couldn't prove legal residency.
Single-Payer healthcare has long been the political pipe dream of the left, but there's a nearly identical system that could actually happen.
Large employers could no longer provide workers with minimal health plans that provide less than 60 percent of the cost of essential care, under legislation introduced this week by Assemblyman Roger Hernández.
Sunday's deadline for signing up for health insurance on the exchanges will have long passed by the time many people file their taxes this March and April.
If you work for a living, do you know who your boss is? And if you run a business, do you know who's on your payroll?
Americans who couldn't enroll in federal Obamacare insurance plans over the weekend because of computer glitches or long waits will now have until next Sunday to sign up, federal officials announced early Monday.
Covered California has vowed to promote health insurance enrollment until Sunday - the final day of the sign-up period – and will allow five extra days for finishing last-minute applications.
Less than a week before Obamacare enrollment closes Feb. 15, federal regulators said Monday that the average monthly premium after tax credits ranges from $47 in Mississippi to $172 in New Jersey.
There's expected to be a mad dash of last-minute sign ups as the Feb. 15 deadline for enrolling in a Covered California health plan approaches.