SB 562 would establish a state-run single-payer health care system. All Californians will lose their current health plans, to be replaced by government run health care, with benefits yet to be determined, to be serviced by a government-run entity populated with political appointees yet to be identified, to include provisions yet to be named [...]
On Monday, House Republicans and the Trump Administration requested an additional three months to consider the House v. Price lawsuit challenging the ACA’s cost-sharing reduction (CSR) payments. This is [...]
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released their highly anticipated updated report on the American Health Care Act (AHCA) on Wednesday, showing that the bill would save the government $119
Source: National Association of Health Underwirters The Department of Labor (DOL) announced on Monday through a bulletin and an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal by DOL Secretary Alexander Acosta that the fiduciary rule will not be further delayed beyond June 9. The rule was originally set to go into effect in April but [...]
A California bill that would eliminate health insurance companies and provide government-funded health coverage for everyone in the state would cost $400 billion and require significant tax increases, legislative analysts said Monday.
The House on Thursday May 4th, narrowly approved a bill to repeal and replace major parts of the Affordable Care Act, as Republicans recovered from their earlier failures and moved a step closer to delivering their promise to reshape American health care without mandated insurance coverage.
Source: Los Angeles Times Millions of Californians have gained health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Now the future of that federal law – and medical coverage for those people — is in doubt. President-elect Donald Trump said repeatedly during his campaign that one of his first acts would be to “repeal and replace” the [...]
A federal judge on Monday agreed to hit pause until the start of the Trump administration on the House GOP’s long-standing legal challenge of ObamaCare payments. The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Republican leaders, who had requested their case be considered after President-elect Donald Trumptakes office. Any actions on the case, known as House v. Burwell, are now postponed until Feb. 21.
Source: The Hill Congressional Republicans are talking to health insurers about ways to prevent a collapse of the insurance market once they pass an ObamaCare repeal bill. Republicans are planning to pass repeal legislation as soon as January but plan to delay it from taking effect for a few years to avoid immediate disruption in [...]