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President Obama sent a $4.15 trillion tax and spending plan to Congress. Here are some key elements.
Enrollment season draws 4 million new customers to HealthCare.gov but not many more young adults.
Federal health officials stayed mum on any sign-up surge in the final hours.
New and fast-growing health plans say they’re getting hurt by a part of the law meant to cushion insurers.
The number of young customers new to the federal insurance exchange is ahead of last year.
Online dashboard includes 80 high-expense pharmaceuticals used by older Americans.
The number of Americans who have already enrolled for 2016 on the federal exchange compares to 3.4 million at the same stage a year ago.
HHS releases figures on number of Americans who have signed up for coverage through HealthCare.gov.
Deferring tax would be lawmakers’ first major change under health-care law.
Federal officials cite intense interest on HealthCare.gov for Jan. 1 coverage