Another Round Of Health Insurance Premium Hikes: Blame Trump Or Obama?Many insurers in the subsidized markets created by the Affordable Care Act are still struggling to overcome financial losses.
GOP Moves Step Closer To Repealing Obamacare; What Does It Mean For California?After scores of tries, missteps and false starts the GOP got the votes Thursday -- albeit by a slim margin 217-213.
President Trump Blames Democrats For GOP Failure To Replace ObamacareMr. Trump and Ryan already pushed to blaming Democrats, with Mr. Trump saying “we had no Democrat support” and Ryan saying that “moving from opposition party to a governing party comes with growing pains.”
Voters Converge On Districts Of 3 GOP Officials To Show Support For Obamacare"We’re scared. I'm terrified. I have not been active since save the whales, save the redwoods," said Elaine West.
OC Residents Demand Answers From Local Reps On Future Of ACAU.S. Reps Dana Rohrabacher, Ed Royce and Mimi Walters did not show up for the town hall.
Covered California Enrollment Deadline ExtendedThe deadline to enroll in Covered California has been extended to Saturday for people who have already started the application process.
Report: Secret Recording Of GOP Meeting Reveals Concern Over How To Repeal ObamacareFreshman Rep. John Faso (R-N.Y.), warned strongly against using the repeal of the ACA to also defund Planned Parenthood.
Affordable Care Act Not Going Down Without A FightA high-powered Democrat and cancer survivors met at an L.A. event to find ways to save Obamacare.
Hundreds Rally In Exposition Park To Support ObamacareCancer survivor Steven Martin trembled and wept when he met Sen. Kamala Harris.
Health Care Expert: Enroll And Be Alert As Obamacare Battle ReignitesConfusion and concern arises as members of the incoming Trump administration promise to immediately repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Why There Is Shortage Of Primary Care Doctors In CaliforniaOne expert says money is the primary reason for the shortage.
California Maintains Robust Health Exchange CompetitionA new analysis for The Associated Press shows that California is one of just nine states where at least three health plans will be available statewide for people who get coverage next year through the health insurance exchange.