The Supreme Court ruled 6 to 3 on Thursday that the Affordable Care Act allows the federal government to subsidize health insurance on federally created exchanges, a decision met with joy and relief by liberals and disappointment mixed with outrage by conservatives.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the nationwide availability of tax subsidies that are crucial to the implementation of President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law, handing a major victory to the president.
The federal government cannot verify nearly $3 billion in subsidies distributed through Obamacare, putting significant taxpayer funding “at risk,” according to a new audit report.
Critics blasted the White House for perceived privacy gaps in the Affordable Care Act on Monday.
Obamacare insurers have proposed rates for 2016 that would be an average of a 12 percent increase over last year and up to 20 percent depending on health care provider, according to data released by HealthPocket.
Employees working for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services made, on average, twice as much handling non-English Obamacare inquiries compared to clerks speaking English, according to documents obtained by ProEnglish.
Freshman Sen. Bill Cassidy (R., La.) wants the GOP to start thinking like the left.
A new study shows overhead costs are rising at a shocking level under Obamacare, the Hill reports.