In his weekly address, President Barack Obama says Affordable Healthcare Act has allowed millions of Americans to enroll in healthcare coverage.
(WASHINGTON) — An angry Sen. Orrin Hatch declared taxpayers are being scammed by the Obamacare, and it’s happening right under the government’s nose. He predicted people will be shocked by what they hear in his…
Unlike some other areas of the country, young people make up a strong portion of people signed up for health care under Obamacare in D.C.
The Affordable Care Act may be controversial, but with enrollments exceeding expectations, it could have a ripple effect that benefits your bottom line.
On the last day to sign up for health care, the federal government\’s site HealthCare.gov is down.
WTOP\’s Andrew Mollenbeck reports.
On Monday, Bankrate insurance analyst Doug Whiteman explained to WTOP\’s Veronica Robinson that \”it seems that there is … a big lack of information among people who would stand to benefit from the Affordable Care Act.\”
The number of increasing Obamacare enrollees comes as marketplace exhange still experiencing problems and the federal program, Maryland lawmakers say, remains millions of dollars over-budget.
Deadlines under the federal Affordable Care Act, known
colloquially as Obamacare, are confusing to say the least. Here\’s a break down of when you need to meet the deadline in Virginia, Maryland and D.C.
By The Associated Press What’s everyone talking about today? Here’s a quick breakdown to keep you in the loop: 1. Crazy quilt of weather across the nation On the first full day of winter, the…
Few know her name, but millions know her face.
The troubled health insurance website is going offline until Sunday morning.
Thousands of Americans, already frustrated over the flawed roll-out of Obamacare, are receiving letters that their policies are being canceled.
As Congress on Thursday begins to scrutinize the source of
glitches that have plagued Healthcare.gov, many Republicans and Democrats have
expressed differing viewpoints about who is to blame.
D.C. and Maryland health exchange officials are trying to tamp down worries about privacy tied to Obamacare.