Blogs & Columns
To help readers understand and maneuver through Obamacare — the Affordable Care Act — the Washington Post has published a variety of consumer stories, FAQs, online chats and video segments, linked below. Check back for regular updates.
Calculator: How much will you pay for insurance?
From plans to premiums: Details from health experts
Obamacare enrollment: How does it work?
Obamacare Q&A: Health reporters Mary Agnes Carey and Julie Appleby
(NHTSA / NHTSA)
Lena H. Sun
Regulators also lowered premium rates for Kaiser Foundation, Evergreen, All Savers health plans.
(KAREN BLEIER / Agence France-Presse via Getty Images)
Obama administration urges 300,000 to submit proof of eligibility based on citizenship or immigration status.
(Jeff Roberson / AP)
Management failures by federal health officials led to cost increases and delays, investigators found.
But long-term challenges remain as graying population, higher medical costs cloud future.
Sandhya Somashekhar and Amy Goldstein
Judges in one circuit rule tax subsidies illegal, but hours later another panel upholds them.
(Karen Bleier / AFP/Getty Images)
Despite false documents, federal subsidies, policies through HealthCare.gov were obtained.
(Astrid Riecken / For The Washington Post)
Nonprofits are being swamped by consumers who don’t understand the basics of health insurance.
(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
Inquiry finds that marketplaces lack the controls to properly verify applicants’ information.
New rules will try to spare many people the need to reapply, but not everyone.
(Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesman)
Some companies are cutting workers’ hours, while others are struggling with implementation’s costs and logistics.
Most Read: Politics
Now Viewing: People from around the country looking at Post Politics section
Social Surface: Politics
More ways to get us