• September 17, 2021

Tags : Affordable Care Act

Groups Rally to Help Texans Get Health Coverage Before Saturday

AUSTIN – To enroll for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, Texans must sign up at Healthcare.gov by no later than this Saturday. Stacey Pogue, senior policy analyst for the Center for Public Policy Priorities, said community organizations across the state have experts standing by to help people understand their options. She added that […]Read More

Video: Cornyn – Democrats Refuse to Help Fix Health Care

Wednesday on the Senate floor, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) invited his Democratic colleagues to join the effort to provide relief for the millions of Americans hurt by the Affordable Care Act. Excerpts of Sen. Cornyn’s remarks are below, and video of his remarks can be found above. “Yesterday, we took a giant step toward […]Read More

Amistad Not Impacted by Trump Decision to End ACA Enrollment

Amistad’s Consumer Health Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Services (CHIMES) will not be impacted by a Trump Administration decision to end health insurance enrollment assistance under provisions of the Affordable Care Act of 2013 in 18 U.S. cities including El Paso. “We will continue to provide the same enrollment services that we’ve been providing since the health […]Read More

Millions of Texans Could Lose Coverage if ACA Repealed

AUSTIN, Texas — Congress has set in motion what it says is a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. But what could happen in Texas if the plan is only repealed? One study projects that ending Obamacare without immediately enacting an equivalent plan would result in 2.6 million Texans losing health coverage […]Read More

Analysis: Repeal of Healthcare Law Likely to Cause Chaos

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Repeal of the Affordable Care Act without immediate replacement would throw the U.S. healthcare system into turmoil for the next three years, according to economists. The Urban Institute projected that the most likely plan for repeal would leave nearly 30 million Americans uninsured by 2019, send insurance markets into chaos and threaten […]Read More

New Mexico Cuts Number of Uninsured Kids by Almost Half

SANTA FE, N.M. — About 26,000 more children in New Mexico were covered by health insurance in 2015 than in 2013, largely because of the Affordable Care Act, a new report says. Researchers from the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families found that the rate of uninsured kids fell from 8.5 percent to 4.5 percent […]Read More

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