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Column: As Supreme Court considers its fate, Obamacare's popularity is higher than ever 21.2.2020 LA Times: Business

A new poll shows that the Affordable Care Act is more popular now than ever. Here's why.

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Trump Thinks He Can Take Credit For Obamacare Now 14.1.2020 Crooks Liars
Mini Mike Bloomberg is spending a lot of money on False Advertising. I was the person who saved Pre-Existing Conditions in your Healthcare, you have it now, while at the same time winning the fight to rid you of the expensive, unfair and very unpopular Individual Mandate..... Fergawdsakes . He is actually telling the cult that he’s responsible for their protection for pre-existing conditions in Obamacare when, in fact, he is, as we speak, trying to overturn the ACA in its entirety, which is the law that provides that protection. I’m sure you all remember what it was like before the ACA. Insurance companies could deny insurance to anyone with a medical condition. If they did decide to insure you, they could charge outlandish premiums making it impossible to buy insurance in any case. That is what will happen if the law is repealed and the Republicans pass some garbage law that tells insurance companies they have to cover pre-existing conditions. They’ll say fine. And then they’ll charge people who have ...
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Trump scorched for his lies about pre-existing conditions: he has been ‘pressing for full repeal’ 14.1.2020 Raw Story
On Tuesday, Minnesota Public Radio fact-checked President Donald Trump’s latest claims about health care — and utterly demolished them. “I was the person who saved Pre-Existing Conditions in your Healthcare, you have it now, while at the same time winning the fight to rid you of the expensive, unfair and very unpopular Individual Mandate,” Trump tweeted on Monday, […]
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Fact check: No, Trump didn't save preexisting conditions 14.1.2020 Minnesota Public Radio: News
President Trump made a striking claim Monday, insisting it was he who ensured that people with preexisting medical problems will always be covered by health insurance. He wasn't.
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Don’t Let Trump Fool You Into Thinking He’s Improving Health Care 13.1.2020 Mother Jones
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Monday morning with a brazenly false claim about his health care policy. Mini Mike Bloomberg is spending a lot of money on False Advertising. I was the person who saved Pre-Existing Conditions in your Healthcare, you have it now, while at the same time winning the fight to rid […]
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Trump’s DOJ asks SCOTUS to delay – until after election – decision that would make millions uninsured 11.1.2020 Raw Story
Even while promising to protect popular aspects of the Affordable Care Act behind the scenes President Donald Trump and his administration have been hard at work trying to kill ObamaCare. The Dept. of Justice is supporting a lawsuit brought by Republican governors and state attorneys general that has already received a ruling finding the individual […]
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3 years in, no sign of Trump's replacement for Obamacare 31.12.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Politics
As a candidate for the White House, Donald Trump repeatedly promised that he would “immediately” replace Obamacare with a plan of his own that would provide “insurance for everybody.” Three years later, Trump still hasn't managed to repeal and replace his predecessor's big legislative achievement.
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Undoing 'Obamacare' Harms More Than Americans' Health 24.12.2019 Crooks Liars
Simon F. Haeder , Pennsylvania State University The Affordable Care Act remains on life support after a panel of federal judges ruled on Dec. 18, 2019 that the law’s individual mandate requiring people to buy health insurance is unconstitutional. The decision hobbles the law in ways that are hard to predict politically, particularly in the upcoming election year. It also raises questions for the 20 million people who gained coverage in the marketplaces and all Americans who gained protections through the ACA. The ACA’s individual mandate is a foundation of the law. Experts argued that the mandate was the only way to bring healthy people into an insurance pool . That is important to allow insurers to spread the costs among a broad mix of people, not just the sick. It served as a crucial bargaining chip for the Obama administration in bringing insurers on board to support health care reform a decade ...
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How Undoing 'Obamacare' Would Harm More Than The Health Of Americans 21.12.2019 Crooks Liars
Open enrollment for health care in the ACA marketplaces ended at 3 a.m., Dec. 18, 2019, the same day a panel ruled that the individual mandate is unconstitutional. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services/AP Photo Simon F. Haeder , Pennsylvania State University The Affordable Care Act remains on life support after a panel of federal judges ruled on Dec. 18, 2019 that the law’s individual mandate requiring people to buy health insurance is unconstitutional. The decision hobbles the law in ways that are hard to predict politically, particularly in the upcoming election year. It also raises questions for the 20 million people who gained coverage in the marketplaces and all Americans who gained protections through the ...
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How undoing ‘Obamacare’ would harm more than the health of Americans 21.12.2019 Raw Story
The Affordable Care Act remains on life support after a panel of federal judges ruled on Dec. 18, 2019 that the law’s individual mandate requiring people to buy health insurance is unconstitutional. The decision hobbles the law in ways that are hard to predict politically, particularly in the upcoming election year. It also raises questions […]
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Fifth Circuit Strikes Down PPACA Individual Mandate 20.12.2019 Outside the Beltway
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the PPACA''s individual mandate unconstitutional but left the fate of the rest of the law unresolved.
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Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down Portion of Affordable Care Act 19.12.2019 Truthout.com
Health coverage for hundreds of millions hangs in the balance.
Health coverage for hundreds of millions hangs in the balance.
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Column: With appeals court ruling, Obamacare survives to fight another day — barely 19.12.2019 LA Times: Business

A federal appeals court is both too activist and too feeble with Obamacare ruling

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Appeals court rules Affordable Care Act insurance mandate unconstitutional, but delays the impact 19.12.2019 LA Times: Health

A federal appeals court in New Orleans has ruled against one part of the Affordable Care Act — but in a narrow ruling that does not, for now, overturn other parts of the sweeping 2010 healthcare law.

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Court: Part of 'Obamacare' invalid, more review needed 19.12.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
A federal appeals court says the “individual mandate" of former President Barack Obama’s health care law is invalid, but other parts of the law need further review.
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Column: Obamacare study proves that having health insurance will reduce U.S. death rates 10.12.2019 LA Times: Business

Experts at Stanford and the IRS found that the Obamacare mandate got people to buy insurance, and the insurance reduced death rates

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2020 Affordable Care Act health plans: What's new 21.11.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: News
ACA plans for 2020 are cheaper than last year — premiums lower, on average. And in some areas, people who qualify for federal subsidies could end up with no monthly payment. But read the fine print.
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Overturning the ACA Would Be a Massive Tax Cut for the Wealthy 5.11.2019 Truthout.com
A federal appeals court will soon rule on a challenge to the ACA filed by 18 GOP-led states and the Trump ...
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Heads up: A ruling on the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act is coming 12.10.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
The health law again faces possible legal evisceration with a court ruling in Texas v. Azar anticipated this fall. Here's what it's about and what's stake.
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Trump Signed an Executive Order to “Protect” Medicare. Good Luck if You Have Any Other Type of Insurance. 4.10.2019 Mother Jones
In an apparent attempt to appeal to senior voters—and to divert attention away from the impeachment inquiry rocking the White House—President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday that changes aspects of Medicare Advantage, the private-sector health plan that covers one third of the nation’s Medicare beneficiaries. During his speech, though, the president was far […]
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