When President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law in 2010, it once again changed the way the healthcare industry operates in America.
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The debut of the Affordable Care Act health insurance exchanges has been anything but smooth.
Some 3 million to 6 million Americans will have to pay an Affordable Care Act tax penalty for not having health insurance last year, Treasury officials said Wednesday.
Internal document reveal concerns the Obama administration has had about sticker shock and anger related to the health care exchanges.
The Obama administration has extended the March 31 deadline for people who are having difficulty getting health insurance coverage through the federal marketplace. Take a look at some of the law's most significant policies, consequences and facts.
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