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Lena H. Sun
Md. regulators must review and approve final 2015 rates for consumers in individual market.
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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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24 Republicans join Democrats in approving White House budget director to succeed Sebelius.
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Juliet Eilperin and Robert Costa
After years of opposition, some Republicans talk of preserving some aspects of health-care law.
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Amy Goldstein and Sandhya Somashekhar
Income discrepancies have been flagged, but the government has been unable to fix the problems.
Republicans have been sharply critical of the rule and of the many ways people can skirt it.
Officials believe some state-run insurance marketplaces may be too dysfunctional to fix.
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Juliet Eilperin and Amy Goldstein
She promoted President Obama’s Affordable Care Act and oversaw its troubled launch.
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Amy Goldstein and Juliet Eilperin
A late rush of consumers, seeking coverage as March 31 deadline neared, boosts numbers.
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Amy Goldstein and Lena H. Sun
Americans racing to sign up for insurance before the midnight deadline met with technical glitches.