Survey Shows Progress Slowing On Reducing The Number Of Americans Without Health Insurance
However, a Health Affairs report finds little evidence the health law has pushed people out of full-time employment.
The Associated Press:
Survey: US Progress On Health Insurance Stalled In 2015
Going into President Barack Obama's last year in office, progress has stalled on reducing the number of uninsured Americans under his signature health care law, according to a major survey out Thursday. (Alonso-Zalvidar, 1/7)
The Effect Of Obamacare On Employment
A new report in the journal Health Affairs finds little evidence that the health care law is pushing people out of full-time work. In 2015, companies with 100 or more employees had to start offering coverage to anyone working at least 30 hours — or face fines. (Gorenstein, 1/6)