The Affordable Care Act
Next month, millions of Georgians will set out to purchase health insurance as part of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Before users go into the Health Insurance Marketplace, the 11Alive Help Desk wants to arm potential buyers with important facts to know.
Health care reform's employer mandate has been delayed once again, inspiring a chorus of criticism from conservative political quarters.
The program has been keeping a low profile since opponents
of the Affordable Care Act staged a protest at an
event in November.
More than 58,000 Georgians had signed up for health coverage as of Dec. 28, a nearly tenfold jump from the month
The Georgia legislature convenes Monday to take up some of the most troubling issues affecting the most vulnerable among us.
The Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus says America hasn't seen anything yet when it comes to the problems and additional costs Obamacare is going to deliver to middle-class America.
The deadline is now Tuesday to sign up on HealthCare.gov for an insurance policy that will take effect January 1.
A new survey finds that many Georgians are concerned about the cost and quality of their health care under the Affordable Care Act.
The White House announced Sunday it has met its goal to make the Healthcare.gov website operate smoothly for most users by Nov. 30.
Officials say they're taking the site down until Saturday morning, to do some maintenance.
Affordable Care Act Information