The new Congressional Budget Office report also projects how premium prices will change under the bill. » Read More
By: Dan Mangan
The Congressional Budget Office will estimate how many more people would become uninsured, and how health plan prices would change. » Read More
Insurers are uncertain over the fate of cost-sharing reduction subsidies and that is expected to be reflected in prices next year.
If conservatives can't change Obamacare's insurance rules, it could put the whole repeal-and-replace effort in jeopardy, Vox reports.
Donald Trump's upcoming budget proposal will include massive cuts to Medicaid and other anti-poverty programs, according to the Washington Post.
Uncertainty over the cost-sharing subsidies have led to higher price hikes for Obamacare plans next year in some states already.
Trump’s budget proposal will include massive cuts to Medicaid and other anti-poverty programs, the Washington Post reported, citing sources.
The Trump administration has yet to clarify questions about funding for low-income healthcare enrollees.
Amid all the Russia controversy, Trump and the GOP Congress can get it done.
The financial aid is given to low-income Obamacare customers to help reduce their out-of-pocket health costs.
Details in the GOP's health-care bill could lead to people buying more insurance, too much federal spending or other funding issues, Vox reports.
House leaders haven't sent their health-care bill to the Senate as they await a Congressional Budget Office score, NBC News reports.
The joke came after reports that former FBI Director James Comey wrote that Trump asked him to kill an investigation.
Web health insurance brokers will be able to enroll people in HealthCare.gov plans without having to first send customers to that website.
No matter what he says, Trump will get all the blame for the ACA's failure, says consultant Robert Laszewski.
A new checklist tool will help states apply for waivers to set up high-risk insurance pools for sicker residents.
Parents across the country who have special needs children or low incomes are fearing the future of health care, USA Today reports.
The Trump administration has repeatedly undercut the Affordable Care Act, even at the federal department responsible for overseeing the law.
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