On Oct. 1, millions of Americans gained access to the new marketplaces mandated by President Obama’s health-care law. Check back regularly for the latest news on the launch of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the ongoing political fight over the law in Congress.
How far out in front of his party is the Republican governor?
In many states, the small-business portals will look very different in year two. Others will see little change.
Now four years after the law was passed, many owners still don’t have a plan in place to address changes.
...and where they’re barely budging.
Some small employers will see their potential tax credits shrink as a result of the federal belt-tightening initiative.
In America’s poorest urban county, one medical group is asking a simple question: what if health care is about more than just medicine?
Critics say Obamacare will only drive up health costs. This health economist says they’re wrong.
One-quarter of Democrats have offered a more nuanced position, according to an exhaustive new study.
Delays and technical problems aside, rates are lower on the small business marketplaces than off of them.
Question is, will that continue once the health care law’s new rules for employers take effect?