Open enrollment for Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act, begins today. Problems with the law mean consumers could face significant rate hikes in some parts of the country. There will also be fewer health plans to choose from.
Because of Obamacare's thousands of pages of requirements and rules, it has become impossible for insurance companies to operate health insurance divisions profitably through the various state exchanges established under the law. So they're pulling o
Sierra Marlee for Right Wing News reports, In an unprecedented moment of personal clarity, President Obama finally admits that Obamacare isn't the panacea he thought it would be. Unfortunately, he manages to choke out this admission along with a no
Soaring Obamacare premiums and declining insurer participation rates in exchanges across the country have been a frequent topic of conversation for us (see "Obamacare On "Verge Of Collapse" As Premiums Set To Soar Again In 2017" and "Stunning Maps De
The Obama administration is maneuvering to pay health insurers billions of dollars the government owes under the Affordable Care Act, through a move that could circumvent Congress and help shore up the president's signature legislative achievement
(NaturalNews) As premium costs continue to skyrocket while more state exchanges fail, the debacle known as Obamacare is finally being acknowledged as an abject failure by all but its most stubborn supporters who refuse to admit that the Affordable Ca
(NaturalNews) When people from other nations cannot provide any proof of legal residence, such as even a green card, there should be no problems with not granting inexpensive or free healthcare to them. A green card allows someone to work and live in
(NaturalNews) Healthcare providers are increasingly unable to survive unforeseen costs associated with Obamacare. In June, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas announced its plan to significantly increase health insurance rates, hitting the pocketbooks of
(NaturalNews) When New York's Department of Financial Services reviewed insurers' requests for the 2017 fiscal year, the state determined that individual Obamacare users would be hit with an average insurance premium hike of 16.6 percent.
"Irony is wasted on the stupid." This quote, attributed to Oscar Wilde, seems fitting in light of the Obama administration's new campaign to block two blockbuster mergers between the health insurers Aetna and Humana and Anthem and Cigna.
The next president could be dealing with an ObamaCare insurer meltdown in his or her very first month. The incoming administration will take office just as the latest ObamaCare enrollment tally comes in, delivering a potentially crucial verdict abou