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Appeals Court Decision on ACA Leaves Law’s Future Unclear

A federal appeals court has ruled that the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate is unconstitutional and sent the case, Texas v. United States , back to a lower court for a more detailed analysis of what parts of the law should remain valid in the mandate’s absence. This action prolongs the...

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ACA Update: Five Things to Know About Where the Law Stands As Open Enrollment Begins

Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance Marketplaces lasts from November 1 to December 15 in most states. As the seventh ACA open enrollment commences and the law’s 10 th anniversary approaches, here are five things to know about it now: The Texas Case: A decision...

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The Texas Judge's Decision on the ACA: The Health Reform Law is Challenged Again

The headlines on Friday evening blared the news: “Texas Judge Strikes Down the Affordable Care Act.” In Texas v. Azar , a federal judge ruled that when Congress reduced the tax penalty for being uninsured to $0 it made the entire ACA unconstitutional. This didn’t mean that the many programs and...

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2018 Elections Change the Medicaid Expansion Map

The Medicaid expansion map is changing, with five states poised to expand the program in the next few months. On November 6 th , voters in three states approved ballot measures accepting the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion, joining two other states with recently approved expansion plans...

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ACA Open Enrollment Season Is Underway

ACA open enrollment season is underway. November 1 is the kickoff date in most states for a six week period for enrolling in health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). California’s signup period started on October 15 and runs through January 15. Washington, DC and New York also...

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Short-Term Plans Don’t Have to Include OT, But These States Are Restricting Them

The new federal regulation loosening restrictions around short-term health plans could mean more consumers signing up for insurance plans with little or no coverage for occupational therapy – and not always understanding what their coverage lacks until it’s too late. Starting in October,...

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