Six things you should know about the ACA

A poster advertising an event to extensively explain the implications of the Affordable Care Act caught my attention. Taking place the day before election day on a college campus full of precocious young adults, one would expect this event to pique others’ ... Continue Reading →
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The Obamacare clock ticks away

The nation is running out of time to convince the ‘Young Invincibles’ to enroll in the Affordable Care Act. According to its’ website, the ‘Young Invincibles’ represent the interests of people 18 to 34. On March 31 the Affordable Care Act’s ... Continue Reading →

How Obamacare factors into Gov’t shutdown

  As the government continues its shutdown after Republican attempts to defund Obamacare, tension is building in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Part of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, controversy came in the form ... Continue Reading →

States face health care decisions, time constraints

The Affordable Care Act may now raise more questions than answers for each state since the Supreme Court’s ruling June 28. Because the act gives power to each state to make decisions on Medicaid, insurance exchanges, health plan capacity and private ... Continue Reading →

Health care act affects student insurance pursuit

While students may now have more equal options to obtain health care coverage, obstacles involving taxes, the job market and their wallets may stand in the way. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which requires most Americans to purchase ... Continue Reading →
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