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CareFirst seeks price hikes for individual health plans

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Md. regulators must review and approve final 2015 rates for consumers in individual market.

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Opponents of health-care law turn to faith-based nonprofits to cover medical expenses

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Christian co-ops are an increasingly popular way to skirt the Affordable Care Act, but experts advise caution.

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Senate confirms Sylvia Mathews Burwell as new secretary of HHS

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24 Republicans join Democrats in approving White House budget director to succeed Sebelius.

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GOP candidates show signs of retreat on full Obamacare repeal as midterms approach

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After years of opposition, some Republicans talk of preserving some aspects of health-care law.

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Federal health-care subsidies may be too high or too low for more than 1 million Americans

(Kennedy Elliott and Sarah Kliff)

Income discrepancies have been flagged, but the government has been unable to fix the problems.

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Few have sought exemption from health-care mandate that they have insurance or pay fine

(Kennedy Elliott and Sarah Kliff)

Republicans have been sharply critical of the rule and of the many ways people can skirt it.

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Obama administration prepares to take over Oregon’s broken health insurance exchange

(Kennedy Elliott and Sarah Kliff)

Officials believe some state-run insurance marketplaces may be too dysfunctional to fix.

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Kathleen Sebelius steps down as HHS secretary; OMB director will take her place

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She promoted President Obama’s Affordable Care Act and oversaw its troubled launch.

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More than 7 million have enrolled under Affordable Care Act, White House says​

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A late rush of consumers, seeking coverage as March 31 deadline neared, boosts numbers.

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HealthCare.gov stumbles on deadline day as consumers race to sign up for insurance

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Americans racing to sign up for insurance before the midnight deadline met with technical glitches.