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Q&A: Health law’s survival hangs on four words at Supreme Court

modbee.com — Three years after the Supreme Court upheld the health care law, by a single vote, the justices are poised to consider a new challenge - an appeal that has turned a routine question of how to interpret the statute into a threat to unravel the landmark 2010 law.

Q&A: Health law’s survival hangs on four words at Supreme Court

sacbee.com — Three years after the Supreme Court upheld the health care law, by a single vote, the justices are poised to consider a new challenge - an appeal that has turned a routine question of how to interpret the statute into a threat to unravel the landmark 2010 law.

Health law’s survival hangs on four words at high court

miamiherald.com — Three years after the Supreme Court upheld the health care law, by a single vote, the justices are poised to consider a new challenge - an appeal that has turned a routine question of how to interpret the statute into a threat to unravel the landmark 2010 law.

Health law’s survival hangs on four words at high court

kansas.com — Three years after the Supreme Court upheld the health care law, by a single vote, the justices are poised to consider a new challenge - an appeal that has turned a routine question of how to interpret the statute into a threat to unravel the landmark 2010 law.

Obamacare’s Survival Hangs on Four Words at U.S. High Court: Q&A

bloomberg.com — (Bloomberg) -- The fate of Obamacare rests with U.S. Supreme Court. Again. Three years after the court upheld the Affordable Care Act by a single vote, the justices are poised to consider a new challenge -- an appeal that has turned a routine question of how to interpret the statute into a threat to unravel the landmark 2010 law.

Obamacare Subsidies Would Continue After Court Ruling, GOP Says

bloomberg.com — (Bloomberg) -- Senior Republican senators said Sunday that Congress would extend Obamacare health insurance subsidies for a "transitional period" should the Supreme Court rule that they aren't allowed in at least 34 states.

California Love for Obamacare Only Goes So Far as Sign-Ups Sag

bloomberg.com — (Bloomberg) -- Obamacare-loving California led the nation in embracing the health-care law, and in enrolling its citizens for 2014 coverage. This year, however, sign-ups for private health plans in California, New York and other states that opted to build and run their own insurance markets has stagnated.

Extra Obamacare Sign-Up Time Mulled to Help Taxpayers Avoid Fine

bloomberg.com — (Bloomberg) -- The Obama administration is considering an extra Obamacare enrollment period for tax filers who learn they owe a fine for not carrying insurance last year, to give them a chance to avoid even heavier penalties in 2015.

Doctors' Pay Will Be Linked to Quality in Historic U.S. Overhaul of Medical Billing

finance.yahoo.com — The Obama administration will make historic changes to how the U.S. pays its annual $3 trillion health-care bill, aiming to curtail a costly habit of paying doctors and hospitals without regard to quality or effectiveness.

Obamacare Enrollment Nears Goal With 19 Days to Go, U.S. Says

bloomberg.com — About 9.5 million people have signed up or renewed their Obamacare insurance coverage for 2015, the U.S. government said today, surpassing last year's enrollment total with 19 days to go. The government has said it expects 9.1 million people to be paying for coverage in 2015.
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Mar 03, 2015

Connecticut's Sen. @ChrisMurphyCT: "We have the best-run exchange in the country." FIGHTING WORDS.

Mar 03, 2015

@ThePlumLineGS I doubt they care very much one way or the other unless they're running for president.

Mar 03, 2015

I mean, there are still a couple Democratic senators from healthcare.gov states, right?

Mar 03, 2015

Three senators from states with their own Obamacare exchanges say SCOTUS shouldn't end premium subsidies in *other* states. Well okay.

Mar 03, 2015

You guys please #ff Bloomberg's new health insurance reporter, @ztracer. FINALLY.

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