These are just some of the millions of Americans across the country who, faced with a Dec. 15 deadline for enrollment, are confronting the imperfect realities of the Affordable Care Act and the efforts to dismantle it.
By Laura Santhanam
What about the deficit? What happens to the Affordable Care Act? You had questions and NewsHour's Political Director Lisa Desjardins answered them.
By Lisa Desjardins and Corinne Segal
With growing confidence that they will be able to quickly push through tax reform, Republicans are making an even bigger bet by adding the health care debate to the mix. Lawmakers have woven a repeal of the individual mandate into…
By PBS NewsHour
Senate Republicans say they'll include a repeal of the health coverage mandate in their tax plan. How would this impact the health care law and tax reform?…
By Daniel Bush
By Associated Press
Sen. John Cornyn of Texas told reporters on Tuesday: “We’re going to repeal the tax on poor Americans.”…
By Elaine S. Povich, Stateline
The demand nationwide appears high. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, which administers the federal program, announced that 601,000 signed up on healthcare.gov during the first four days of open enrollment that began Nov. 1.
By Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
Tuesday's referendum represented the first time since the law took effect that the question of expansion had been put in front of U.S. voters.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
It would be another shot at further undermining the Affordable Care Act after repeated failures by the GOP-led Congress to repeal and replace the law, as President Donald Trump has demanded.
Is this enrollment season better, worse or the same for millions of Americans signing up for health insurance coverage? The PBS NewsHour wants to hear your story.
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