On the Friday, April 18, PoliticsNation, Al Sharpton hyped President Obama's dubious claims about the Affordable Care Act's alleged success as the MSNBC host asserted that the program has "exceeded expectations," and that Republicans...Show More Summary
As a person who has been living with what's commonly known as "a preexisting health condition," and one that can require expensive surgery and even result in emergency-room visits if it gets out of control, I consider the Affordable Care Act a lifesaver. Show More Summary
Following President Barack Obama's announcement that 8 million Americans had signed up in some form for insurance through the Affordable Care Act's private exchanges, MSNBC host Alex Wagner asked Huffington Post White House correspondent Sam Stein whether the Republicans' opposition to the ACA was a political liability. Show More Summary
The good news today is that eight million people have now signed up for medical insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The better news is that, of those eight million, more than a third were under the age of 35. The best news...Show More Summary
The evidence continues to pile up that the Affordable Care Act is working, and conservatives on the defensive. The post “This Thing Is Working” appeared first on ThinkProgress.
In Thursday's press conference announcing that the Affordable Care Act had reached 8 million exchange enrollees, President Obama was asked whether that would mean Democrats would start campaigning on Obamacare. His answer in part: IShow More Summary
Fundamentally good news: President Obama on Thursday announced the final numbers for the Affordable Care Act’s open enrollment period. Eight million people have signed up for private insurance plans through the new federal and state marketplaces. And within the federal marketplaces, 28 percent of enrollees are ages 18 to 34. This is good news—very, very […]
Appearing on MSNBC with Andrea Mitchell on Friday, Meet the Press host David Gregory reported that President Barack Obama's announcement on Thursday that 8 million enrolled in the Affordable Care Act's exchanges may have reduced the GOP's chances for retaking the Senate in November.
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An increasing amount of baby boomers are set to retire. Financial expert Ty J. Young discusses how the ACA will impact their plans.
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Obama did his passive/aggressive schtick Thursday, yammering on about the “Affordable” Care Act, alternately insulting and denigrating Republicans/Conservatives then lamenting the loss of civility. What he wouldn’t do is recommend Democrats...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama announced triumphantly that 8 million people selected a private insurance plan through the health care exchanges created by legislation known as Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. He added his own interpretation...Show More Summary
President Obama announced on Thursday that 8 million people have enrolled for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, and 28 percent of them are under the age of 35.
The Fox-led campaign to pressure GOP governors to decline the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion has left 5.7 million people uninsured who could have gained coverage under the law. In 2012, the Supreme Court ruled that states could...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama took another victory lap on the Affordable Care Act Thursday, announcing more than 8 million people had signed up for private health insurance through the law. The 8 million figure significantly surpassed expectations...Show More Summary
President Obama said Thursday that the number of people who had signed up for health insurance under Obamacare had reached eight million, which is a million more than projected. He said health-care reform is working and Republicans should stop trying to repeal it.
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