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Obamacare Resources for Pennsylvania

Sunday, October 22nd, 2017

Pennsylvania Resources

Resources Applicable to All States

HealthCare.gov Adds "Simple Choice" Plans for 2017

www.nytimes.com

Standardized plans, already available on many state exchanges, are designed to facilitate comparison and help control costs.

Find Local Help for Harrisburg, PA - A service of HealthCare.gov

localhelp.healthcare.gov

Use this handy form to find Navigators in your area who can assist you with the new healthcare law.

How Can I Get Ready to Enroll in the Marketplace?

www.healthcare.gov

Learn about types of health coverage, research your questions, and figure out what you need to know before open enrollment begins.

Find Local Help for Harrisburg, PA - A service of HealthCare.gov

localhelp.healthcare.gov

Use this handy form to find Navigators in your area who can assist you with the new healthcare law.

How Can I Get Ready to Enroll in the Marketplace?

www.healthcare.gov

Learn about types of health coverage, research your questions, and figure out what you need to know before open enrollment begins.

What the Health Care Law Means for People 65+ -- AARP

www.aarp.org

If You Have Medicare, No Need to Go to Insurance Marketplaces -- AARP Blog

blog.aarp.org

Retiree Insurance -- Medicare.gov

www.medicare.gov

This article from Medicare.gov can help you understand how retiree coverage and Medicare work together.

How Obamacare Affects Seniors -- SeniorLiving.org

www.seniorliving.org

What If I Have Medicare?

www.healthcare.gov

Medicare isn’t part of the Health Insurance Marketplace, so you don’t need to do anything. If you have Medicare, you are considered covered.

What If I’m Retired But Not Eligible for Medicare?

www.healthcare.gov

If you’re retired without coverage, you may use the Health Insurance Marketplace to buy health insurance. If you don’t have coverage you may have to pay a fee.

Medicare.gov

www.medicare.gov

The official U.S. Governement Site for Medicare

Glitches on health-care sites prompt increased interest in paper applications

www.washingtonpost.com

Rate info for Zip Code 17112 from HealthSherpa.com

www.thehealthsherpa.com

HealthSherpa.com offers an easy way to peek at rate info for specific zip codes.

Rate info for Zip Code 17112 from HealthSherpa.com

www.thehealthsherpa.com

HealthSherpa.com offers an easy way to peek at rate info for specific zip codes.

Healthcare.gov Premium Estimator

www.healthcare.gov

Healthcare.gov now lets you look at premium estimates even if you haven't set up an account. Start with this link and enter the requested info to get your premium estimate.

HealthCare.gov Adds "Simple Choice" Plans for 2017

www.nytimes.com

Standardized plans, already available on many state exchanges, are designed to facilitate comparison and help control costs.

HHS Releases Provider Data For Individuals For US Run State Exchanges

www.healthcare.gov

HHS Releases Provider Data For Individuals For US Run State Exchanges

www.healthcare.gov

Subsidy Calculator: Premium Assistance for Coverage in Exchanges: Kaiser Family Foundation.

kff.org

With this calculator, you can enter different income levels, ages, and family sizes to get an estimate of your eligibility for subsidies and how much you could spend on health insurance.

Subsidy Calculator: Premium Assistance for Coverage in Exchanges: Kaiser Family Foundation.

kff.org

With this calculator, you can enter different income levels, ages, and family sizes to get an estimate of your eligibility for subsidies and how much you could spend on health insurance.

Kaiser Health News: State Premium Watch: Pricing In The New Insurance Marketplaces

www.kaiserhealthnews.org

Good summary and links about state pricing, with state-specific links to some states.

Premium Tax Credits v. Cost-Sharing Subsidies: What's the Difference?

www.commonwealthfund.org

One lowers your premium payments, the other cuts your out-of-pocket costs. This article provides an overview.

Premium Tax Credits v. Cost-Sharing Subsidies: What's the Difference?

www.commonwealthfund.org

One lowers your premium payments, the other cuts your out-of-pocket costs. This article provides an overview.

What is dual eligibility?

kff.org

9 million individuals are covered by both Medicaid and Medicare

What is dual eligibility?

kff.org

9 million individuals are covered by both Medicaid and Medicare

State-by-State Guide to Health Insurance Exchange Rates

www.zanebenefits.com

This article provides links to each state’s Health Insurance Exchange website, and sample rates for those which are available. As more states release their rates this article will be updated.

Another Story of Obamacare Rate Shock That Isn't

www.newrepublic.com

How the National Journal story doesn't tell the whole story.

Obama's Affordable Care Act Looking a Bit Unaffordable

www.nationaljournal.com

Independent National Journal analysis finds Obamacare exchange premiums higher than employer-based coverage, as employers weigh dropping coverage.

So much for 'rate shock' fears (MaddowBlog)

maddowblog.msnbc.com

premiums charged for insurance plans on the Affordable Care Act exchanges will likely be cheaper than forecast by the Congressional Budget Office

Obamacare Premiums Will Vary Widely By State And City: Report

www.huffingtonpost.com

The premiums for coverage available on the health insurance exchanges created by President Barack Obama's health care reform law will vary widely from state to state, according to a new Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of data published by 17 st

Manhattan Institute - Clickable map of what rates are in your state.

www.manhattan-institute.org

Rand Coporation Study of Obamacare costs (PDF)

www.rand.org

Study finds that rates for non-group individuals will decline, while those for small groups will stay about the same

Health Insurance Marketplace Premiums for 2014 - Released September 23, 2013

aspe.hhs.gov

This report summarizes the health plan choices and premiums that will be available in the Health Insurance Marketplace. It contains new information, current as of September 18, 2013, on qualified health plans in the 36 states in which the Department of He

Health Insurance Marketplace Premiums for 2014 - Released September 23, 2013

aspe.hhs.gov

This report summarizes the health plan choices and premiums that will be available in the Health Insurance Marketplace. It contains new information, current as of September 18, 2013, on qualified health plans in the 36 states in which the Department of He

Map of Obamacare Data Shows How Plans Compare by State

www.pbs.org

The PBS Newshour made a color keyed chart of the data that came out in the September 25 report.

For Millions, Insurance Will Cost Less Than $100 Per Month -- USA Today

www.usatoday.com

Lower premiums will apply primarily to silver plans

Priced to Sell: Sweet Obamacare deals for young

www.cnbc.com

Health insurance for most young adults on New York and California's Obamacare health exchanges will cost dramatically less than what twentysomethings have said they'd be willing to spend on insurance, a new analysis finds.

Can Wife Insured Through Estranged Husband's Job Use Exchange?

www.npr.org

Almost anyone can buy a plan on the health insurance marketplace, sometimes called an exchange. But tax credits that reduce the premium are only available to people who don't have access to other coverage that meets the law's standards for affordability a

Final Rules Released on Obamacare's Individual Mandate

blogs.wsj.com

Obamacare, Explained in Two Minutes

www.washingtonpost.com

Washington Post Wonk Blog's Sara Kliff explains the basics of Obamacare in a two minute video (but you have to sit through an ad first)

The Individual Mandate No Longer Applies to People Whose Insurance Plans Were Canceled -- The Washington Post Wonkblog

www.washingtonpost.com

The Fee You Pay If You Don't Have Health Coverage (HealthCare.gov)

www.healthcare.gov

If someone who can afford health insurance doesn’t have coverage, they may have to pay a fee. They also have to pay for all of their health care.

9 Exemptions From The Individual Mandate

healthaffairs.org

A detailed explanation of the nine exemptions to the Obamacare tax penalty, including when and how to claim them.

What Are My Preventive Care Benefits? (HealthCare.gov)

www.healthcare.gov

Detailed information about Obamacare's preventive services for adults, women, and children

Free Preventive Care Can Still Cost (Politico)

www.politico.com

Some Physicians Still Charge Co-Payments Banned By Law (USA Today)

www.usatoday.com

Consumers Expecting Free "Preventive" Care Sometimes Surprised by Charges

www.kaiserhealthnews.org

Answers About Preventive Care Services from CMS.gov (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)

www.cms.gov

An in-depth series of FAQs to help you understand preventive care services -- including exactly what's covered and who's eligible

The Problem With Free Health Care

www.nytimes.com

Preventive care is free but diagnostic procedures are not. That doesn't make any sense, says H. Gilbert Welch.

HIV Prevention Drugs Not Covered Under Obamacare's Preventive Care Rules

www.kaiserhealthnews.org

Two New Preventive Health Services Approved for No-Cost Coverage (NPR)

www.npr.org

New services are hepatitis B screening for individuals at high risk for infection and low-dose aspirin for pregnant women at high risk for preeclampsia.

Medicaid Expansion by State

kaiserfamilyfoundation.files.wordpress.com

Medicaid Expansion by State

kaiserfamilyfoundation.files.wordpress.com

Not Poor Enough for Medicaid? Meet the New Medicaid Doughnut Hole.

www.triple-tree.com

In states that don't expand Medicaid, those with low incomes could be shut out from the benefits of Obamacare.

The Supreme Court Surprise: Medicaid Ruling Could Reduce Coverage -- Washington Post

www.washingtonpost.com

Sarah Kliff writes about how states' refusal to expand Medicaid could leave many low-income Americans without health coverage.

2105 Federal Poverty Guidelines -- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

aspe.hhs.gov

Find the 2015 federal poverty levels for individuals and families

2105 Federal Poverty Guidelines -- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

aspe.hhs.gov

Find the 2015 federal poverty levels for individuals and families

How Expansion Will Change The Look Of Medicaid

www.npr.org

"Demographically, the new enrollee population will have a higher proportion of whites, and a higher proportion of males," Dr. Tammy Chang, lead author of the study, tells Shots. The new enrollees are likely to be younger, too.

What If My State Is Not Expanding Medicaid?

www.healthcare.gov

If you have lower income and live in a state that isn’t expanding Medicaid, here's what you can do.

What If My State Is Not Expanding Medicaid?

www.healthcare.gov

If you have lower income and live in a state that isn’t expanding Medicaid, here's what you can do.

President Obama's Apology for Canceled Insurance Plans -- New York Times

www.nytimes.com

Self-employed people (those who buy their own insurance) are disproportionately likely to lose their existing insurance plans. Here, President Obama addresses concerns related to this issue.

The Individual Mandate No Longer Applies to People Whose Insurance Plans Were Canceled -- The Washington Post Wonkblog

www.washingtonpost.com

What If I'm Self-Employed? -- HealthCare.gov

www.healthcare.gov

How to Determine Whether You're Self-Employed -- IRS.gov

www.irs.gov

This IRS page helps you figure out whether you are an independent contractor or an employee.

U.S. Small Business Administration

www.sba.gov

The U.S. Small Business Administration gives an overview of how key provisions of the Affordable Care Act may affect those who are self-employed.

Laid Off and Looking for Health Insurance? Beware of COBRA. -- NPR Health News

www.npr.org

If you sign up for COBRA, you could be shut out of more affordable health insurance plans.

What If I'm Losing Job Based Insurance? -- HealthCare.gov

www.healthcare.gov

What If I'm Unemployed but My Spouse Works? -- HealthCare.gov

www.healthcare.gov

Final Rules Released on Obamacare's Individual Mandate

blogs.wsj.com

Get Unemployment Benefit Information for Your State & Zip Code

www.legalconsumer.com

Unemployment Law By Zip Code provides high-quality local information about unemployment benefits, including who is eligible and how to apply.

Can Domestic Partners Apply for Obamacare Coverage Together? -- Voice of San Diego

voiceofsandiego.org

IRS Questions and Answers for Registered Domestic Partners and Civil Union Partners

www.irs.gov

Registered Domestic Partners Get a Break Under the ACA

insuremekevin.com

The Affordable Care Act and Medical Bankruptcy

www.mn2020hindsight.org

Medical bankruptcy is a serious problem, responsible for approximately 54% of all personal bankruptcies. But will the Affordable Care Act be successful at reducing medical bankruptcies? The answer? Sorta.

Implications of the Pay or Play Delay -- The Alliance Blog

www.the-alliance.org

Important points for employers to consider before the employer mandate takes effect in 2015.

Employer Mandate Penalty Calculator -- U.S. Chamber of Commerce

www.uschamber.com

This calculator helps employers determine whether they must offer coverage and what the penalty might be if they don't.

What Is the Employer Shared Responsibility Payment? -- HealthCare.gov

www.healthcare.gov

Employer-mandate basics from the federal Obamacare website

Affordable Care Act Notification to Employees

www.montereyherald.com

Small Business Insurance Exchanges Not All Ready for Launch

www.washingtonpost.com

When it comes to offering coverage options for small businesses, some states are more prepared than others.

How Can I Get Ready for SHOP? -- HealthCare.gov

www.healthcare.gov

Tips to help you get ready to apply for small business health insurance under Obamacare.

Employer Responsibility Under the Affordable Care Act -- Kaiser Family Foundation

kff.org

A handy flowchart to help employers understand what they have to do under Obamacare.

Employer Responsibility Under the Affordable Care Act -- Kaiser Family Foundation

kff.org

A handy flowchart to help employers understand what they have to do under Obamacare.

Is Your Business Covered By the Fair Labor Standards Act? -- Nolo

www.nolo.com

If the FLSA applies to your business, you must notify employees about Obamacare.

What You Need to Know About the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit -- IRS.gov

www.irs.gov

Small Business Health Care Tax Credit Calculator from NFIB

www.nfib.com

This calculator from the National Federation of Independent Businesses can help you determine the amount of your business's Obamacare tax credit.

Small Business (SHOP) Enrollment on Federal Exchange Delayed For One Year -- The Washington Post Blog

www.washingtonpost.com

New IRS Rule Makes It Harder for Employers to Dump Employees Into Insurance Exchanges (NPR Health News)

www.npr.org

Employers that stop offering insurance coverage could face serious costs.

IRS Rules on Employee Dumping (IRS.gov)

www.irs.gov

IRS regulations setting out rules for employers who want to push employees away from employer-sponsored coverage onto state health exchanges.

Health Insurance Enforcement Delayed Again for Some Employers

www.nytimes.com

The Obama administration extended the deadline for some employers to comply with the requirement that they offer health coverage to full-time employees

Obamacare, Explained in Two Minutes

www.washingtonpost.com

Washington Post Wonk Blog's Sara Kliff explains the basics of Obamacare in a two minute video (but you have to sit through an ad first)

Applying for Health Insurance? Expect Homework.

www.nbcnews.com

Tips to help you get ready to apply for health coverage under Obamacare.

Missouri Citizens Face Obstacles to Coverage

www.nytimes.com

Looking for the new health insurance marketplace, set to open in Missouri in two months, is like searching for a unicorn.

Open Enrollment Period for 2015 Pushed Back to November 15, 2014

www.nytimes.com

Open Enrollment Definition Under ObamaCare - HealthCare.Gov

www.healthcare.gov

What Key Dates Do I Need to Know? - HealthCare.gov

www.healthcare.gov

A list of dates you need to keep track of in signing up for ObamaCare

6 Things Boomers Need to Know About Obamacare -- Yahoo MarketWatch

finance.yahoo.com

Missouri Citizens Face Obstacles to Coverage

www.nytimes.com

Looking for the new health insurance marketplace, set to open in Missouri in two months, is like searching for a unicorn.

Open Enrollment Definition Under ObamaCare - HealthCare.Gov

www.healthcare.gov

What Key Dates Do I Need to Know? - HealthCare.gov

www.healthcare.gov

A list of dates you need to keep track of in signing up for ObamaCare

What If I Have Medicare?

www.healthcare.gov

Medicare isn’t part of the Health Insurance Marketplace, so you don’t need to do anything. If you have Medicare, you are considered covered.

What If I’m Retired But Not Eligible for Medicare?

www.healthcare.gov

If you’re retired without coverage, you may use the Health Insurance Marketplace to buy health insurance. If you don’t have coverage you may have to pay a fee.

Medicare.gov

www.medicare.gov

The official U.S. Governement Site for Medicare

King v. Burwell: A Quick Take on a Crucial Case (New York Times)

www.nytimes.com

A quick video overview of the King v. Burwell case

King v. Burwell: A Quick Take on a Crucial Case (New York Times)

www.nytimes.com

A quick video overview of the King v. Burwell case

King v. Burwell: What a Subsidy Shutdown Could Mean for Consumers (Commonwealth Fund)

www.commonwealthfund.org

A ruling in favor of King would mean fewer insured, higher premiums, and a lack of health care

King v. Burwell: What a Subsidy Shutdown Could Mean for Consumers (Commonwealth Fund)

www.commonwealthfund.org

A ruling in favor of King would mean fewer insured, higher premiums, and a lack of health care

King v. Burwell: What a Subsidy Shutdown Could Mean for Insurers (Commonwealth Fund)

www.commonwealthfund.org

Why insurers would pull out of the health care marketplace if there's a subsidy shutdown

King v. Burwell: What a Subsidy Shutdown Could Mean for Insurers (Commonwealth Fund)

www.commonwealthfund.org

Why insurers would pull out of the health care marketplace if there's a subsidy shutdown

King v. Burwell: What a Subsidy Shutdown Could Mean for States (Commonwealth Fund)

www.commonwealthfund.org

How state governments might be affected by a subsidy shutdown.

King v. Burwell: What a Subsidy Shutdown Could Mean for States (Commonwealth Fund)

www.commonwealthfund.org

How state governments might be affected by a subsidy shutdown.

Supreme Court Upholds Nationwide Health Care Subsidies (New York Times)

www.nytimes.com

In King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court ruled that the ACA allows the federal government to provide nationwide tax subsidies for health insurance.

Supreme Court Upholds Nationwide Health Care Subsidies (New York Times)

www.nytimes.com

In King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court ruled that the ACA allows the federal government to provide nationwide tax subsidies for health insurance.

How do I report life changes to the marketplace? (Healthcare.gov)

www.healthcare.gov

After getting marketplace health insurance coverage, you are legally required to report certain life changes

IRS Could Face Blame for Obamacare's Unexpected Tax Bite (Politico)

www.politico.com

How life changes could affect your tax bill

HealthCare.gov Adds "Simple Choice" Plans for 2017

www.nytimes.com

Standardized plans, already available on many state exchanges, are designed to facilitate comparison and help control costs.

2105 Federal Poverty Guidelines -- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

aspe.hhs.gov

Find the 2015 federal poverty levels for individuals and families

Find Local Help for Harrisburg, PA - A service of HealthCare.gov

localhelp.healthcare.gov

Use this handy form to find Navigators in your area who can assist you with the new healthcare law.

Subsidy Calculator: Premium Assistance for Coverage in Exchanges: Kaiser Family Foundation.

kff.org

With this calculator, you can enter different income levels, ages, and family sizes to get an estimate of your eligibility for subsidies and how much you could spend on health insurance.

Premium Tax Credits v. Cost-Sharing Subsidies: What's the Difference?

www.commonwealthfund.org

One lowers your premium payments, the other cuts your out-of-pocket costs. This article provides an overview.

What is dual eligibility?

kff.org

9 million individuals are covered by both Medicaid and Medicare

Priced to Sell: Sweet Obamacare deals for young

www.cnbc.com

Health insurance for most young adults on New York and California's Obamacare health exchanges will cost dramatically less than what twentysomethings have said they'd be willing to spend on insurance, a new analysis finds.

Insurance Brokers and Agents Caught in Obamacare Technology Woes -- The Washington Post

www.washingtonpost.com

Brokers Feel Pain of Obamacare -- Politico

www.politico.com

Time to Get Insurance Brokers Off the Sidelines for Obamacare -- Washington Times Blog

www.washingtontimes.com

Insurance Brokers Key to Some States Obamacare Success

www.npr.org

A good article on the role brokers play in helping with Obamacare enrollment

Obamacare By Zip Code Twitter Feed

twitter.com

Find Local Help for Harrisburg, PA - A service of HealthCare.gov

localhelp.healthcare.gov

Use this handy form to find Navigators in your area who can assist you with the new healthcare law.

Another Story of Obamacare Rate Shock That Isn't

www.newrepublic.com

How the National Journal story doesn't tell the whole story.

The Requirement to Buy Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act

kff.org

Helpful flow chart from the Kaiser Family Foundation helps individuals understand whether or not they will owe a penalty

You Might Pay A Lot More Than $95 For Skipping Health Insurance (NPR Health News)

www.npr.org

Thinking the Obamacare tax penalty is only $95 could be an expensive mistake

The Fee You Pay If You Don't Have Health Coverage (HealthCare.gov)

www.healthcare.gov

If someone who can afford health insurance doesn’t have coverage, they may have to pay a fee. They also have to pay for all of their health care.

How do I protect myself from fraud?

www.healthcare.gov

HealthCare.gov shares tips on protecting yourself from fraud in the health insurance Marketplace.

FTC Alert: Scammers Out to Trick Consumers Using the Supreme Court's Affordable Care Act Ruling

www.ftc.gov

How to Avoid Obamacare Scams

www.kiplinger.com

Confusion Over Obamacare Helps Scammers

www.marketplace.org

There's that old saying about turning a crisis into opportunity. Here's a twist on that: Turning confusion into opportunity.

Scams, Fraud Among Obamacare Concerns

nation.time.com

Of particular concern to consumer advocates are so-called “discount medical plans.” These products, which are often billed as affordable alternatives to standard health coverage, are not insurance at all.

The Dishonor System: A User’s Guide to Committing Fraud on the Obama­care Exchanges

www.weeklystandard.com

Obamacare Scams Are Thriving

money.msn.com

The National Consumers League says con artists are taking advantage of confusion about coming changes to U.S. health care laws.

Obamacare Nightmare: Fraud Reports Surfacing

finance.yahoo.com

NAIC National Association of Insurance Commisioners - Links to 50 State Insurance Commissions.

www.naic.org

Sick: Scams prey on ‘Obamacare’ confusion

www.mcclatchydc.com

Obamacare confusion providing opening for con artists

fraud.org

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Focus on Health Reform

kaiserfamilyfoundation.files.wordpress.com

Summary of the Affordable Care Act

College Graduates Should Consider Options for Health Insurance (LA Times)

www.latimes.com

Obamacare open enrollment is over, but many college grads may still be eligible

Young Adults' Obamacare Awareness Low Ahead Of Rollout, Survey Says

www.huffingtonpost.com

Young adults, especially those with low incomes who will qualify for financial assistance, have poor awareness of health insurance options that will be available under President Barack Obama's health care reform law

Priced to Sell: Sweet Obamacare deals for young

www.cnbc.com

Health insurance for most young adults on New York and California's Obamacare health exchanges will cost dramatically less than what twentysomethings have said they'd be willing to spend on insurance, a new analysis finds.

Michelle Singletary - Nationally Syndicated Personal Finance Columnist

www.washingtonpost.com

Kathleen Pender - Personal Finance Columnist, SFGate.com

blog.sfgate.com

Sandra Block - Kiplinger's Personal Finance Columnist

www.kiplinger.com

Obamacare, Explained in Two Minutes

www.washingtonpost.com

Washington Post Wonk Blog's Sara Kliff explains the basics of Obamacare in a two minute video (but you have to sit through an ad first)

Applying for Health Insurance: Then and Now

www.youtube.com

In which John Green attempts to apply for new health insurance coverage using the Affordable Care Act's insurance exchanges and then through a private insurer that existed before the ACA (aka Obamacare) went into effect.

Healthcare Triage

www.youtube.com

Dr. Aaron Carroll gets a visit from noted hypochondriac John Green, and allays some of John's fears about Obamacare.

Kaiser Health News - States - Daily news

www.kaiserhealthnews.org

Understanding Grandfathered Health Insurance Plans -- Kaiser Health News

www.kaiserhealthnews.org

House Passes Bill Letting People Keep Their Health Plans -- New York Times

www.nytimes.com

This Is How Obama Plans to Un-Cancel Insurance Policies -- The Washington Post Wonkblog

www.washingtonpost.com

How States Are Deciding Whether to Accept Obama's Cancellation "Fix" -- The Washington Post Wonkblog

www.washingtonpost.com

Health Insurers Extend Deadline for First Premiums -- New York Times

www.nytimes.com

Most insurers are giving consumers until January 10 to pay their bills for health coverage beginning January 1

The Individual Mandate No Longer Applies to People Whose Insurance Plans Were Canceled -- The Washington Post Wonkblog

www.washingtonpost.com

Obamacare Deadline Extended by One Day -- CNN Money

money.cnn.com

Obama Extends Renewal Period for Noncompliant Insurance Policies (New York Times)

www.nytimes.com

On March 5, 2014, the Obama administration announced another extension for renewing cancelled insurance policies

Obamacare By Zip Code Twitter Feed

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Obamacare By Zip Code Twitter Feed

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Sara Kliff Columns on Obamacare for the Washington Post

www.washingtonpost.com

Sarah Kliff covered health policy for the Washington Post from August 2011 to March 2014. She's now a health care writer at Vox.

Rachel Maddow -- MaddowBlog from MSNBC

www.msnbc.com

Archive of stories about Obamacare and the attempts to suppress accurate information on it.

Huffington Post Obamacare Stories

www.huffingtonpost.com

News, stories and opinions about Obamacare and its rollout.