Potentially millions of Medicaid applications are still pending, while a blame game emerges.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will use an existing state plan favored by conservatives to boost coverage.
The "woodwork effect" is starting to show up in state budgets.
People previously eligible for the program are now signing up.
Hospitals find Medicaid admissions are up and uninsured visits are down in states with expanded Medicaid programs.
Medicaid insurers say they're struggling to deal with the expensive new treatment.
State lawmakers haven't moved on from Brewer's aggressive expansion tactics last year.
Young adults could be more likely to qualify for special eligibility windows.
If confirmed as HHS secretary, Sylvia Mathews Burwell faces no shortage of ACA challenges
New Obama administration data show Medicaid enrollment is much higher in states that expanded the program.
The neighboring states have forged different paths to covering their poorest residents.
The Louisiana governor contends it's possible, but he acknowledges why it's a challenge.
Here's everything you need to know about the last six months of the ACA and what's ahead.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert already got the exchange he wanted, and now he's trying on Medicaid.
'Doc fix' legislation proposes to again delay cuts to safety net hospitals.
Bill Nelson wants to bring expansion funds to the state, but CMS said its hands are tied.
State legislators spent the past year crafting a conservative version of Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion.
The uninsured rate has dropped to its lowest point since 2008, a new Gallup poll finds.
It’s “the biggest ACA success story that has not yet been told,” says Ron Pollack.
Obamacare is making other health-care programs better.