Consumers who bought insurance on the health exchanges last year had access to one-third fewer doctors and hospitals, on average, than people with traditional employer-provided coverage

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Expect political controversy. The Obama administration plans to pay doctors to hold end-of-life planning conversations with patients, a controversial decision that will almost certainly revive the “death panel” debate that has long dogged the Affordable Care Act.

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The tax accountant turned insurance agent says he found a legal, risk-free way to work around his state’s refusal to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act

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The Affordable Care Act survived its second Supreme Court test in three years, raising odds for its survival but by no means ending the legal and political assaults on it five years after it became law

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23% of respondents to a new survey were underinsured, in part due to rising deductibles

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The share of poor Americans who were uninsured declined substantially in 2014, according to the first full year of federal data since the Affordable Care Act extended coverage to millions of Americans last year

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The Supreme Court will rule this month on King v. Burwell, a case arguing that Obamacare’s insurance subsidies are illegal. A decision in favor of President Obama’s health-care law could solidify its place in history — but one against would throw the insurance expansion into chaos

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Repealing the federal health law would add an additional 19 million to the ranks of the uninsured in 2016 and increase the federal deficit over the next decade, the Congressional Budget Office said Friday

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