Chris Stigall discussed Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz’s decision to make her support for the Affordable Care Act a key issue in her campaign for Governor Wednesday morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Chris covers Allyson Schwartz decision to campaign for Governor on her support for Obamacare, a fungus threatening the world’s supply of bananas, and the death of the Sunday talk shows.
Study finds privately insured patients are more than 25% more likely to get a primary care appointment than patients on Medicaid.
One of the Affordable Care Act’s goals that is falling short is support for primary care doctors.
A new study from RAND says the Affordable Care Act may indirectly lower the cost of car insurance.
Chris debates the Phillies moving their home opener, a drone crashing at a Pennsylvania school, and the latest news surrounding the Affordable Care Act. He talks to Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
The deadline for enrollment in a health plan under the Affordable Care Act has passed but thousands of people are still working through the process.
Toomey does not agree with statements from the White House that the Affordable Care Act is working out and believes the country will hold Democrats responsible as a consequence.
Chris analyzes the shooting at Ft. Hood yesterday, Sarah Palin’s performance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and DeSean Jackson’s introduction with the Washington Redskins. He also talks with Senator Pat Toomey and Michael Reagan.
Ember said providing economical insurance through the Affordable Care Act provides benefits for people who need them without imposing a drain on the poor and middle class.
On Wednesday on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Chris Stigall responded to President Obama’s announcement that over seven million people have enrolled for health insurance through healthcare.gov.
Chris Stigall took issue Tuesday with comments by former White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley about younger enrollees of health insurance subsidizing older Americans’ health care costs.
The waiting room was full on Monday morning at Congreso de Latinos Unidos, one of the largest Hispanic nonprofits in the nation.
Enrollment counselors and navigators say they’ve seen a surge in applicants as the March 31st deadline draws near.
Anna Cordella, 64, of Norristown, says she’s a happy customer, securing what she says is an affordable policy after losing her job and then seeing her “COBRA” insurance run out.