Statement of Rob Restuccia, executive director of the Community Catalyst Action Fund, in response to today’s announcement that Senate hearings for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will begin on September 4.
May 7, 2015 - Nearly 17 million more people in the U.S. have gained health insurance since the law's major coverage expansion began, according to a study from the Rand Corp., a Santa Monica nonprofit research firm.
2015 - People with Obamacare plans—particularly those who re-enrolled this year—were significantly more satisfied with their experience signing up for health insurance than customers were last year, according to a new report.
The federal health insurance exchange did better than the exchanges run by individual states at both enrolling new people in Obamacare and hanging onto previous enrollees during the 2015 open enrollment period.
As it celebrates its fifth anniversary, President Obama's landmark health reform is now on course to join Social Security as an indispensable and widely embraced anchor of everyday life for large numbers of Americans.
The number of uninsured U.S. residents fell by more than 11 million since President Barack Obama signed the health care overhaul five years ago, according to a pair of reports Tuesday from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
If you’re among the several million people hit with new federal fines for going without health insurance, then starting Sunday you’ll get a second chance to sign up for 2015 coverage through HealthCare.gov.
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