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Customers will have to have started the process no later than Jan. 31, but they now have until Saturday to complete the paperwork.
If federal funds are cut off through a potential repeal of the health law, Californians would have to make up the difference to keep people covered. Meanwhile, the enrollment deadline has arrived, and despite uncertainty around Obamacare’s future, the numbers show that people are still signing up.
Thousands of consumers have faced higher-than-expected premiums or lost their tax credits, at least temporarily, because of errors by the state’s health insurance exchange.
Organizers of Friday’s event say 51 percent of Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s constituents rely on Medicare and Medicaid
About 1.3 million Californians have re-enrolled since Nov. 1, and more than 327,000 new people have signed up for 2017 coverage. The Sacramento Bee offers a look at the areas in the state that will be most affected by repeal.
On Jan. 12, California Healthline Senior Correspondent Emily Bazar hosted a Twitter chat to discuss Covered California’s Open Enrollment period for 2017.
Errors by the state health insurance exchange have complicated enrollment for thousands of Californians. Here are some tips to straighten out your coverage.
California and other states could continue to cover people under the ACA or create new approaches, according to a bill introduced Monday. Many Democrats fear such state options won’t draw enough federal funding and will fragment coverage nationwide.
Many clinics are having to rethink staffing, budget and expansion decisions.
The supporters of the law want House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy to know how much his constituents may be hurt if the health law is dismantled.