A recent poll has found that more than a quarter of all uninsured people in the United States plan to stay that way.
President Barack Obama is going on a full-court press to promote his health care law.
Neil Robles was optimistic when he opened his clothing and jewelry store in downtown Schuyler about a year ago, but he knew he couldn’t afford to buy health insurance on his own.
Robert Gibbs, the former White House spokesman, said Monday that it would be “inexplicable” if no one lost their jobs following the disastrous rollout online health insurance marketplace Healthcare.gov.
A recent study indicates that young Americans continue to be the portion of the population that is least familiar with the Affordable Care Act.
The Obama administration still has a ways to go to hit its predicted number of Americans who are expected to sign up for health care.
Counselors helping people use the federal government’s online health exchange are giving mixed reviews to the updated site, with some zipping through the application process while others are facing the same old sputters and even crashes.
Democrats running for re-election in Arkansas, Louisiana and other Republican-leaning states faced enough problems before President Barack Obama’s popularity swooned in November. Now they are awkwardly distancing themselves from him a year before the election, seeking the right balance between independence and betrayal.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is recommending to Americans to use HealthCare.gov during “off-peak hours.”
The errors are fewer, the pages load faster, and more people can log on at the same time to the government’s troubled health care website, according to Obama administration officials.