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Rate increases for Obamacare on the New Hampshire marketplace are lower than the national average of 22 percent announced on Monday by the federal government, on the eve of another open enrollment season for the Affordable Care Act. The Granite ...

Obamacare health plan premiums are expected to increase by 22 percent on average, according a U.S. Department of human health and Services (HHS) report released Monday.
Transcript for GOP Rejoices Over 'Obamacare' Cost Increases; Is it A Comeback Lifeline For Trump? Half. That's not running away with the news that insurance premiums on the Obama camp we'll increased.
But he doesn't have a lot of details about what'll happen to that 20 million people who've gotten insurance so far under the Affordable Care Act. MONTAGNE: And Hillary Clinton, what is she saying? KODJAK: So Hillary Clinton has a much more detailed plan.
Bertolini said that the 25% average increase in premiums for Obamacare exchange plans announced by the Department of Health and Human Services on Monday could be just the beginning of the Affordable Care Act's problems. Aetna announced in August ...
The first question is what exactly do they want to repeal or fix. The ACA seems to have evolved into a great political Rorschach test somewhat devoid of real content but relying on projection of underlying beliefs.
Before the Affordable Care Act, health insurance costs were virtually out of reach already for many people, and rising every year.
While the passage of Obamacare has increased overall insurance coverage dramatically, the exchanges have still struggled to attract younger and higher-income enrollees at the rates that designers had hoped.
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - With two weeks left in the presidential race, Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans appear to have found an issue to unite around, as the GOP and its nominee spent much of Tuesday attacking Obamacare premium hikes.

Obamacare premiums are set to skyrocket an average of 22% for the benchmark silver plan in 2017, according to a government report released Monday.
Condemnations of Obamacare are often saddled with talk of the illusive death spiral; the final demise of the Affordable Care Act. But how can Americans know whether it is actually occurring? Here is what happens to a healthcare insurance market if it ...
Basically, Obamacare's big problem is that not enough young people are ponying up for insurance. To fix this, we need to get to a point where it's cheaper for young people to buy insurance than it is to pay the penalty.
Critics of President Barack Obama's signature health-care law are pouncing on news of a spike in premiums with just two weeks remaining before election Day, doubling down on pledges to repeal the law and replace it.
The Republican presidential nominee, trekking across must-win Florida, insisted "Obamacare is just blowing up" after the government projected sharp cost increases for President Obama's signature health care law.
Increased premiums and less help for insurance companies are setting up to make 2017 quite a different year for the Affordable Care Act, Capitol Street health care analyst Ipsita Smolinksi told CNBC on Tuesday. In fact, the ripple effects are already ...
Supporters of the law in Washington - all Democrats - say the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is fundamentally sound but needs modest tweaks.
Doral, Florida (CNN) Donald Trump claimed Tuesday during an event with staff at his resort here that his employees are having issues with Obamacare -- an account contradicted by his property's general manager -- amid the news that President Barack ...
Not a single Republican voted for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which a Democrat-controlled Congress passed in March 2010.
Donald J. Trump, desperate for a winning political issue in the final two weeks of the presidential race, fiercely attacked Hillary Clinton on Tuesday over sharp premium increases that will hit some Americans covered under the Affordable Care Act. "The ...
"Just this month, the Democratic governor of Minnesota admitted the reality is the Affordable Care Act, he said, is no longer affordable," Trump said.
Now we have one of Obamacare's biggest supporters, Minnesota's Democratic Governor Mark Dayton, stating that the Affordable Care Act is "no longer affordable." What do you think his answer was to correcting this mess? He is calling on Congress to fix it.
President Obama on Thursday invited an audience in Florida to thank him for Obamacare, which he said is improving the quality of healthcare for millions of people, and expanding coverage.
Federal officials say the new option will simplify shopping under the Affordable Care Act by reducing variation among plans, and consumer advocates like the idea.
The candidates also expressed differing views on the fate of President Barack Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. "One thing we have to do is repeal and replace the disaster known as Obamacare," Trump said. "It's destroying our country.
First, people who lacked and wanted health insurance lept at Obamacare early, or as soon as its badly designed exchange portals would let them.
Editor's note: The following is a roundup of archival stories related to the Affordable Care Act, more commonly called Obamacare. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump disagree on many, if not most, issues, and how to provide health insurance coverage for ...
Arizona voters' feelings about the Affordable Care Act remain sharply divided, with Republicans far more likely than Democrats to oppose President Barack Obama's signature health-care law, a new Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll released ...
President Obama traveled to Florida Thursday to encourage more people to sign up for Obamacare when the enrollment window opens next month.
Though full details won't be released until later this month, some information is starting to trickle out about what Illinois residents will and won't find when they shop for health insurance on the state's Affordable Care Act exchange. Neither ...
There has been a lot of talk on Capitol Hill and in the news about taxpayer-funded "bailouts" for insurance companies under Obamacare.
After months of health insurer exits from the Affordable Care Act marketplace in Arizona, state regulators have approved plans from two companies that will be the only marketplace insurance providers next year.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) - otherwise known as Obamacare - has come under scrutiny in recent weeks with high-profile withdrawals from the system by some major insurance companies that complained about losing money by participating.
Clinton was not describing Obamacare as "crazy." Jeffrey Young provides the full context of Clinton's quote, which was a slightly mangled version of a similar riff the former president gave the same day.
The withdrawal of Aetna from many of its Obamacare markets has unleashed a torrent of commentary about how Obamacare is now well and truly doomed. From Republicans, this is the usual hot air. From Democrats, it's a little different. It's also way ...
Former Obama administration economic adviser Austan Goolsbee debates Fox News Channel hosts Sean Hannity and Eric Bolling about the cost of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and the Obama administration's policies on poverty. Eric Bolling points ...
The Delaware Department of insurance approved rate increases for insurance companies offering individual and small group plans on the Affordable Care Act-mandated marketplace for 2017. Monthly premiums for individual plans will increase by 18 to 35 ...
... is a good idea," said Judy Solomon of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, which advocates for low-income people. "They are doing the best they can with a difficult situation on this one.
Bill Clinton managed to get himself into hot water this week by stating the obvious about outcomes for many enrollees of the Affordable Care Act. "It's the craziest thing in the world," the former president told a Flint, Michigan audience at a rally ...
Clinton and Democrats have praised the Affordable Care Act for providing health insurance to 20 million Americans, allowing people under the age of 26 to get insurance through their parents, and prohibiting insurers from denying coverage to people with ...
Back in 2010, Obamacare was like the Titanic heading off on her maiden voyage. Critics warned people not to hop aboard, that disaster was inevitable.
former President Bill Clinton's statement that the Affordable Care Act is a "crazy system" that has increased health insurance premiums and cut coverage for many was an "extraordinary moment of candor," according to Republican vice presidential nominee ...





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