Local Legal Experts See Politics At Work In U.S. Supreme Court Arguments On Affordable Care Act Case
The court arguments lasted just over an hour, but the decision could have long-range consequences.
The plaintiffs say that means residents of states like New Jersey and Pennsylvania — which did not establish their own exchanges — are not entitled to credits.
Chris Stigall talked to former Senator and current President of the Heritage Foundation, Jim DeMint, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT from the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington DC.
Kevin Counihan, CEO of the federal health insurance marketplace, says it was a “blowout” weekend for enrollment, which he says helped push signups ten percent higher than projected.
The deadline is Sunday night, and health officials, advocates, and insurers are all urging the uninsured not to wait until Sunday to sign up.
Among the Republican US congressmen on stage in support of the repeal of the 2.3-percent tax on medical devices was Rep. Patrick Meehan (R-Pa.).
Rich Zeoli talked with Ben Domenech, from the Federalist, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about the political debate over mandating vaccines for children.
Steven Brill, author of America’s Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Back-Room Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System told WPHT morning host Chris Stigall what he feels is wrong with Obamacare and who is getting rich from it.
As April 15 approaches, it’s helpful to know what you could face when you file this time around.
People who bought health insurance through the federal marketplace last year face extra steps on their 2014 tax returns, and maybe extra taxes too.
A full year in the making, “Healthy PA” is unlikely to survive far beyond its first month. Governor-elect Tom Wolf has said he intends to replace it with a straight Medicaid expansion.
The majority of those who registered through the federally run program were people who had coverage in 2014 and were re-enrolling.
You can still be covered by the Affordable Care Act, your coverage just won’t start on the first of the year.
Over the weekend, the Senate passed a $1.1 trillion “Cromnibus” bill that averted a government shutdown.
Charles “Chip” Hummer III, M.D. told WPHT morning host Chris Stigall that the Medicare system is flawed and needs to be strengthened.