A new report out from Avalere Health estimates the success of Obamacare exchanges by state enrollments.
Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) filed a lawsuit against the Obama Administration Monday, claiming its decision to provide health insurance subsidies to Congressional members and their staff was “completely unfair and unjust.”
While the Obama Administration promised that the“vast majority” would have glitch-free access to healthcare.gov by November 30, it seems the site is still posing problems.
Most of the focus has been on the technical problems associated with the federal exchanges.
A comprehensive 50-state study has found that insurance premiums will increase under the first year of Obamacare in 45 of 50 states.
National polls continue to show that the public is very wary about Obamacare—44 percent of U.S. adults think the ACA will make the healthcare situation in this country worse, according to a recent Gallup poll, and a Kaiser Family Foundation poll from last week shows 42 percent of Americans disapprove of Obamacare, while 37 percent favor it. With this level of unease about the law, the states that are running their own health-insurance marketplaces have developed a marketing strategy to boost enrollment: call it anything but Obamacare.
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