The Kaiser Family Foundation recently studied documents submitted by health insurance companies detailing Obamacare premium price changes and the justification for those changes. The study revealed that premiums were increased by an additional 7% to 38% over what they would have been due to action taken by President Donald Trump. Insurers are required by the health care law to reduce copayments, deductibles and maximum out-of-pocket costs for individuals and families with incomes less than 250% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
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Written by gsbaird on Dec 20 2017 - 10:57am
Written by Clayton Price on Feb 4 2014 - 1:10pm
REPLAY VIDEO: Hundreds of people came to San Antonio College on Feb. 8 to attend EnrollSA, an Affordable Care Act enrollment and education event hosted by Univision 41 and many community organizations. Speakers at the event included Cecilia Muñoz, White House Director of Domestic Policy, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, U.S. Rep Joaquin Castro (D-20), U.S. Rep. Pete P. Gallego (D-23), Judge Nelson Wolff, Bexar County, and Monica Navarro, Univision 41.
Written by gsbaird on Sep 23 2013 - 6:06pm
Recent polls concerning the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reveal that a majority of Americans continue to disapprove of the health care reform law, and that a majority also have little or no understanding of the law. Opponents have mischaracterized various aspects of the ACA and many claims have been described by fact-checking organizations as ‘pants-on-fire’ lies. Rather than spend effort refuting these untruthful assertions about the law, I want to focus on its benefits to a large portion of those in the U.S. that have not in the past had access to affordable health insurance.
Written by gsbaird on Jul 30 2013 - 1:00am
The Affordable Care Act seeks to level the playing field for those workers in our society who do not have access to company-subsidized health insurance plans. The federal government is providing the subsidy not available to those people from their employers. And the Congressional Budget Office recently issued an updated analysis confirming its initial conclusion that the Affordable Care Act will not add to our budget deficit.