A federal judge in Texas is weighing a request by 20 states to suspend the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a move that could lead to “chaos” in the health insurance market, some industry experts worry.
The states filed a lawsuit in February to have the health care act — also called Obamacare — declared unconstitutional. In arguments held last Wednesday, lawyers for the Republican-led states did not back off on their request for a preliminary injunction suspending the entire law… Read More at USA Today
After an introduction by Paul Craig Roberts, an anonymous author gives a remarkably deep analysis of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, commonly referred to as the ACA or Obamacare, that goes into full effect in 2014. Emphasis is on how it will affect your income. The topics are: 1) use of Modified Adjusted Gross Income, 2) tax credits (help paying for insurance), 3) your share of the premium, 4) paying back the tax credits to the IRS, 5) expansion of Medicaid and estate recovery which could affect you if you are put into that plan, 6) inadequate coverage in most subsidized plans, 7) penalties, 8) exemptions and 9) some miscellaneous items. The article also examines the agenda of Enroll America and the Health Insurance Exchanges.