Deep Divide Over Health Law Persists

Article Written by:  Neil King Jr.   Taken From:  The WSJ Lurking behind the first government shutdown in 17 years are two starkly different views of how Americans see the health-care law championed by President Barack Obama. In making the budget fight all about the law, popularly kno
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Obamacare—A Game-Changer in the Making?

Article Written by:  David Wessel   Taken From: The WSJ The launch of the exchanges was marred by software glitches, confusion and outright resistance in some states. The Obama administration has delayed so many provisions of the law, formally known as the Affordable Care Act, that it
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Obamacare Iceberg: Worry About the Part You Don’t See

Article Written by:  Dick Goff   Taken From:  Self Insurer Magazine Watch for the next big wave of Obamacare news coverage this month when the government cranks up its PR effort to sell the idea to a largely skeptical public, and next month when people can sign up for the new health c
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‘Obamacare’ demand signals potential success for exchanges

Article Written by:  Alex Nussbaum   Taken From:  Employee Benefit Advisor ‘Obamacare’s’ opening day drew millions of consumers to the law’s core insurance exchanges, offering supporters and investors confidence that if the websites can stay up and running, customers will follow. In N
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Floridians can sign up for Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) health plan

Article Written by:  Kelli Kennedy   Taken From:  ABC Action News FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. –  After months of build-up, Florida residents can start shopping for health insurance on government-run online marketplaces as the key component of the Affordable Care Act goes live. But ther
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Obamacare Explained: How to Use the Internet for Health Care

Article Written by:  Fran Berkman   Taken From:  mashable.com If it’s for sale, you can probably get in on the Internet. Health care is the newest commodity to become widely available to United States residents for purchase online — but you won’t find it on Amazon or eBay.
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Two court cases challenge the legality of subsidies on federal exchanges

Article Written by:  Serena Yee and Christie Daly  Taken From:  EBN Last year the nation awaited the fate of the Affordable Care Act as the U.S. Supreme Court considered National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius. Today, two lesser-known federal cases threaten to undermin
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Online PPACA enrollment delayed for small firms

Article Written by:  Richard Alonso-Zaldivar  Taken From:  BenefitsPro Small businesses seeking to buy health insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care law will have to wait a couple of months before they can complete the process online, administration officials said
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Obamacare trade-off: Low premium, high deductible

Article Taken From:  Petoskey News You might be pleased with the low monthly premium for one of the new health insurance plans under President Barack Obama‘s overhaul, but the added expense of copayments and deductibles could burn a hole in your wallet. An independent analysis r
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