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.
One reason why subsidies may be in jeopardy if the highest court gets a say.
False applicants, documents do not prevent enrollment in subsidized health plans
Some 4.6 million people have subsidized coverage -- and over 2 million likely pay $50 or less a month.
Ruling allows members of Congress and their staffers to continue buying plans through small-business portals.
Millions of Americans are ineligible for law’s tax subsidies, Appeals Court panel rules.
Previously uninsured swamp consumer groups with questions.
President Obama said it would be, but polling shows it’s still just as hard as ever.
Potentially millions of Medicaid applications are still pending, while a blame game emerges.
Obama administration says there’s no way to know the exact number — but it’s probably very low.
Obama isn’t the first president who has been sued, and some past cases have redefined the presidency