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ACA Or No ACA The Poor Must Be Resourceful To Find Health Coverage

ACA or no ACA, the poor must be resourceful to find health coverage

ACA or no ACA, the poor must be resourceful to find health coverageNaked Politics Miami Herald Media

ACA or no ACA, the poor must be resourceful to find health coverage

An interesting report from Kaiser Health News desribes how a ... The county where she lives is rural and poor, and since North Carolina didn't expand Medicaid, she and most of her neighbors fall into a coverage gap -- too little income for Obamacare ...

How Much Does Obamacare Help The Poor? Don't Ask The Rich!

How Much Does Obamacare Help The Poor? Don't Ask The Rich!Forbes

How Much Does Obamacare Help The Poor? Don't Ask The Rich!

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) greatly expands Medicaid eligibility in many states, as well as raises subsidies on exchange-provided coverage for those not poor enough for Medicaid ... financial distress, even if no health care claims are filed under ...

Behind the numbers: The ACA and the uninsured

Behind the numbers: The ACA and the uninsured

From a financial perspective: People without health insurance, for whatever reason, still get sick, and will still receive care. Someone must pay for ... the working poor who have citizenship to find affordable coverage in the ACA. It is time for our ...

ACA Does Not Help the Nation’s Poor!

ACA Does Not Help the Nation’s Poor!Townhall.com

ACA Does Not Help the Nation’s Poor!

Most of the poor ... coverage. The higher premiums that younger healthier adults were being charged to subsidize the care of those who were older or who had preexisting health conditions also attracted a lot of attention. But not much has been made of the ...

The role of the Children’s Health Insurance Program is still evolving under the ACA

The role of the Children’s Health Insurance Program is still evolving under the ACAMedCity News

The role of the Children’s Health Insurance Program is still evolving under the ACA

The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) was enacted in 1997 to extend health coverage to children in poor families ... Does the ACA make it easier for low-income parents to get coverage for their kids? Yes and no. The ACA makes it easier for ...

GOP health-care plan would hurt poor Americans

GOP health-care plan would hurt poor AmericansIndianapolis Star

GOP health-care plan would hurt poor Americans

mental health services and no-cost preventative services so important for reducing disease-treatment costs •Pulling back the ACA Medicaid working-poor expansion coverage to just low-income women and children and elderly long-term care, but with new ...

A Healthcare (ACA) Post You Can Even Send to Conservatives (and they'll laugh)

A Healthcare (ACA) Post You Can Even Send to Conservatives (and they'll laugh)Daily Kos

A Healthcare (ACA) Post You Can Even Send to Conservatives (and they'll laugh)

The CBO, an independent watchdog agency, has scored the Affordable Care Act ("ACA" or ... But thanks to health care reform, 3.1 million young Americans who would otherwise be uninsured have been able to stay on their family's coverage until age 26 ...

Too Poor to Qualify for Subsidies in Obamacare? Yes!

Too Poor to Qualify for Subsidies in Obamacare? Yes!

You get that right: too poor ... to find verification of what this “Certified Application Counselor for the ACA” had asserted. And I found it, at the “Quick Check Chart for Alaska and Hawaii: Do I qualify to save on health insurance coverage?”

What’s Coming in 2014 Obamacare Provisions

What’s Coming in 2014 Obamacare ProvisionsMybanktracker.com

What’s Coming in 2014 Obamacare Provisions

The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, will be going into full swing over the course of 2014. While many provisions of the plan have already been put ... The coverage must be obtained through the Small Business Health Options Program ...

Letter To The Editor: Supporting the Poor

Letter To The Editor: Supporting the Poor

Another election year is coming and serious consideration should be given to those candidates that are supportive to the working poor and the disadvantaged that have little or no medical coverage. The Affordable Care Act has been a wonderful addition that ...

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