Topic: Individual mandate
The Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge from red states that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional, setting up another legal battle.
It’s been almost 10 years since the Affordable Care Act became law, and U.S. physicians are still divided about its future.
California’s state-run Affordable Care Act exchange signed up 1.5 million people for coverage for 2020, backed by a 41% spike in new customers.
The Supreme Court won't fast-track a lawsuit challenging the legality of the ACA, leaving the lawsuit in the hands of a lower court.
The Department of Justice argues it is premature for the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
Individual market enrollment is down 5% in the first quarter of 2019 compared to 2018's first quarter, a new analysis finds.
A federal judge overturned the ACA last week, but the law isn't dead yet. Its fate lies in the hands of other courts and Congress, experts say.
If Congress wanted to affirm the ACA's constitutionality and pass some fixes, it could reduce the uninsured population by 12.2 million people.
Hgih-profile insurers have left the ACA marketplaces every year since 2015. Now they're starting to come back.
If states set up their own individual mandates, the laws could bring in a combined potential revenue of over $5.6 billion.