The Obamacare penalty won’t go away until 2019, and that means you still will owe Uncle Sam if you didn’t have health insurance – or an exemption from the mandate – in 2017.
By Emily Bazar, Kaiser Health News
The new rule would make it easier for groups, or associations, to sponsor health plans that don't have to meet all consumer protection and benefit requirements of the Obama law. Those requirements improve coverage, but also raise premiums.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
The sweeping tax bill passed by Congress on Wednesday extends beyond what you file with the IRS. It also affects American health care by repealing Obamacare's so-called individual mandate. John Yang learns more from Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News…
By PBS NewsHour
The GOP tax plan could have a big impact on health care policy, from repealing the individual mandate to triggering future cuts in health care spending.
By Daniel Bush
By PBS NewsHour
The House and Senate are getting to work on reconciling the differences between their tax plans. How will the provisions proposed by Congress affect middle- and lower-income taxpayers? Miles O’Brien gets analysis from Lisa Desjardins, Veronique de Rugy of George…
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…
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 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.
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