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Sen. Ed Hernandez said the state’s strides in health coverage under the Affordable Care Act are “too important to lose.”
Despite President-elect Donald Trump’s promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act, state officials and advocates say your health plan is safe for now.
Director Peter Lee reminds consumers that the insurance exchange remains ‘open for business’ as he looks for ways to work with the new Trump Administration.
Interviews around the state yield varied responses to the prospect that a Trump Administration will dismantle Obamacare. Many people are stunned and scared; others welcome repeal.
Uninsured Californians could more than double to 7.5 million if Affordable Care Act is repealed.
Some major insurance companies are opting not to pay commissions for plans sold in the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces, while others are cutting their commissions. Will this make enrollment season more difficult for consumers?
With big premium hikes looming, flexibility in choosing a health plan may be the key to protecting your pocketbook.
But next year’s average premium increase is still high for Californians, and some will feel the sticker shock.
The federal government and the Covered California exchange remind people as they become eligible for Medicare to cancel their Obamacare coverage.
Covered California customers can finally get the details on their 2017 premium increases and begin shopping for alternatives.