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Implementing Obamacare

Obamacare, the biggest change in the nation’s health-care system in decades, is upon us.

With the health-insurance marketplaces scheduled to open for enrollment Oct. 1, millions of Americans, and officials at all levels of government, are trying to figure out what the sweeping Affordable Care Act means for them. On Jan. 1, the law goes into full effect.

Over the coming months and years, The Washington Post will follow the administration’s efforts to promote the legislation and examine the implementation of the law at the federal and state levels, as well as the continued political fight in Congress.

Check back regularly for the latest news on the health-care overhaul.

States embracing Obamacare are doing a better job of covering the uninsured, surveys show

Coverage expansion is happening at different rates across the country, two new surveys indicate.

Morning Plum: On Obamacare, the conversation is changing

(Seth Perlman / AP)

Republicans now feel the need to say they support dramatically expanded coverage.

Remember the Obamacare ‘bailout?’ The administration has a plan to avoid that.

HHS has offered a plan to keep the controversial “risk corridors” program budget neutral.

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Obamacare’s victory lap

(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)

The facts are telling an increasingly positive story.

Hitting Mitch McConnell for opposing Kynect, not Obamacare

A Democrat tries a new approach on Obamacare in a red state.

Obamacare’s special enrollment period could help youth signups

Young adults could be more likely to qualify for special eligibility windows.

Sebelius for Senate? It makes no sense.

The once-popular former governor might have been a viable candidate before Obamacare. But not now.

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Let HHS nominee Sylvia Burwell explain Obamacare lie

(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)

HHS nominee should explain Obamacare lie.

 

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