People signing up before the deadline went for cheaper health plans.
Analysts say insurers will still see payment reductions, and ACA supporters wonder why Medicare is backing down against the cuts.
Premiums in Indiana will probably look like those in other states. It's all about how you frame the numbers.
Conservative commentary on Obamacare is getting weirder and weirder.
Will governors who purposefully do a very bad job implementing Obamacare hurt the law, or just themselves and their states?
Marijuana and same-sex marriage won big last night, while results on taxes were more mixed and Obamacare took some cuts.
The most important fact of the 2012 election is that the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010; it just hasn’t been fully implemented yet. If President Obama is reelected, the bulk of it will roll out on schedule in 2014.
There are exactly two American politicians who have actually signed an entitlement to health care into law: President Barack Obama, and Governor Mitt Romney.
A lot of claims have been made at the RNC so far. How many of them are true?
If Mitt Romney wins the election in November and Republican take control of the House and Senate, they'll have the votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act. And, given the promises they've made to voters in recent years, they should use them.
For the White House, Thursday's Supreme Court ruling is a lucky second chance to do something they should have done years ago: Sell the health-care law. Ironically, that might be best done by staying quiet about it.