Health Law Hurdles Include GOP Push To Repeal, High Court Subsidy Review
These issues, combined with other factors, continue to cloud the health overhaul's future.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Federal Health Law Still Faces Major Hurdles In 2015
It’s a new year but uncertainty continues to cloud President Barack Obama’s health law, leaving individuals, families and employers in holding patterns as they wait for answers. To many supporters of the Affordable Care Act, last year marked a turning point in the rollout of the president’s top domestic achievement. HealthCare.gov recovered from its disastrous launch in 2013, and millions of Americans have realized the benefits of affordable health insurance — many for the first time. But 2015 could be a different kind of year. (Shapiro, 1/9)
Supreme Court Ruling Against Obamacare Would Take Insurance From Millions: Reports
A Supreme Court ruling that strikes down federal subsidies for health insurance would pull coverage away from millions of people who have it now and send premiums soaring, according to two reports issued Thursday. (Fox, 1/8)