Federal cuts to advertising and outreach as well as shorter open enrollment periods appear to have dampened enrollment on HealthCare.gov.
Imposing work requirements for parents could introduce instability to children’s health care coverage and increase stress in homes across America.
New data from the Center for American Progress show that LGBTQ people frequently avoid health care and experience discrimination in these settings, underscoring the importance of ACA.
By taking these steps, states can lower premiums, increase the number of people with health insurance coverage, and prevent substandard plans from undermining their insurance markets.
On average, about 29,800 fewer people in each congressional district would have coverage by 2025.
The next U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services will play a pivotal role in creating a health care system that supports women’s and families’ health care needs.
This interactive map provides information on the lowest premium net of tax credits for sample households.
Under congressional Republican leadership’s unified framework tax plan, some families with expensive medical bills would see tax hikes.
Taking food, shelter, and health care away from jobless workers won’t help them find work.
More consumers will find low-cost plan options in 2018 than in past years, including free plans.
CAP estimates that the health insurance marketplaces would have been on track to enroll at least 12.2 million people in the absence of Trump administration sabotage.
Proposed federal cuts and the Republican tax plan would have a devastating impact on students, families, and schools nationwide.
Nearly all women have used contraceptives at some point in their lives, and 62 percent of women are currently using at least one method.
Faith and reproductive justice leaders speak out against President Trump’s rule to deny women contraceptive coverage.
Congress would be able to pass major parts of ACA repeal using the reconciliation instructions in the new Senate budget resolution.