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President Obama Rates Affordable Care Act 8 Out of 10

Monday, May 4th, 2015

Yahoo News reports:

“When Dr. Richard Besser, ABC News’ chief health and medical editor, sat down with President Obama yesterday, the conversation focused on the health impact of climate change, gun control, and the Affordable Care Act.

Besser asked the president to rate the success of the Affordable Care Act on a scale from 1 to 10. Obama gave the law an “8.”

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Turning 21? Here’s How To Avoid A Big Hike In Health Insurance Premiums

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Kaiser Health News reports:

“For young people, turning 21 is generally a reason to celebrate reaching adulthood. If they’re insured through the federal health insurance marketplace that operates in about three dozen states, however, their birthday could mean a whopping 58 percent jump in their health insurance premium in 2015, according to an analysis by researchers at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

The reason: They’re no longer considered children under the age-rating rules insurers use to set premiums.

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College Grads Have Several Options To Get Health Insurance

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Insurance News Net reports:

“Although the open enrollment period forhealth insurance under the Affordable Care Act ended in April, college graduates have several other options for coverage.

The website, healthcare.gov, says college graduates, who do not have health insurance provided from an employer, can enroll in private plans outside the online healthcare marketplace from health insurance companies.

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When It’s Time to Get Off Your Parents’ Health Plan

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Yahoo Finance reports:

“One provision of the Affordable Care Act that has garnered pretty universal praise is the policy change allowing young adults to remain on their parents’ health insurance plans through age 26. Previously, young adults were knocked off the plans at age 19. (Full-time students were able to stay on until age 22.) (more…)

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