Delaware health insurance exchange enrollees are primarily older adults

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The problem is that the long term success of the marketplace will require healthy younger adults to sign up. According to recent information released by officials in the state, the Delaware health insurance marketplace enrollments are made up primarily of older adults who are signing up for their coverage through private insurers. These marketplaces are the center of the Affordable Care Act within each of the states. They are the most public facing element of Obama’s healthcare reforms. The Delaware health insurance exchange is the place in which individuals are…

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Celebrity insurance message about healthcare shared by Barbra Streisand

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The legendary performer hopes to help to provide Americans with more information about the Affordable Care Act. Although the President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party are not hurting for famous names to add to the celebrity insurance promotions that back their cause, Barbra Streisand is drawing a great deal of attention to the healthcare reforms and the associated requirements and benefits for the American public. Streisand is one of the Affordable Care Act’s most firm believers and most vocal crusaders. Now, the singer and actress is adding her name…

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Senator issues lawsuit concerning health insurance requirements

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Lawsuit targets Affordable Care Act U.S. Senator Ron Johnson has filed a lawsuit against the Obama Administration concerning the way the Affordable Care Act is being applied to Congress. The lawsuit is part of a larger political initiative that aims to shed light on the problems surrounding the health care law. Senator Johnson is challenging the provision that stipulates that government officials must purchase health insurance coverage through exchanges rather than from the private market. Exchanges remain a problematic subject Health insurance exchanges have become relatively popular but somewhat notorious…

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California health insurance exchange revises payment deadline

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Covered California offers people more time to pay for their coverage The California health insurance exchange, called Covered California, has recently witnessed a massive influx of new enrollees which has caused exchange officials to revise the deadline on payments for insurance coverage. Policies sold through Covered California went active on January 1 and that had been the initial payment deadline for those that have received coverage through the exchange. Policyholders will now have more time to pay for their coverage due to a revised payment deadline. New deadline set for…

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Federal health insurance exchange enrollment tally passes 1.1 million

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A massive surge of signups in December and the improved website have brought the marketplace’s numbers up. When the federal health insurance exchange finally got its website up and running smoothly at the end of November, it opened the door for Americans to finally be able to sign up for the plans that they needed in order to comply with the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act, and the people came in droves to do just that. The Obama Administration has revealed that the site has now enrolled 1.1…

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President creates new health insurance loophole

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Loophole formed within the Affordable Care Act President Obama has vowed to resolve the issues that have beleaguered the federal insurance exchange network, which was established by the Affordable Care Act. In what some are calling the first major step to actualize this vow, the President has opened up a new legislative loophole in the federal law. This loophole will allow some people to be exempt from financial penalties imposed by the federal law on those that do not have active health insurance coverage beginning on January 1, 2014. Financial…

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Healthcare law loophole opened by President Obama

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The hardship exemption is designed to put a delay in place for tax penalties for lack of coverage. At the very last minute, the Obama administration has announced that it would be opening up a loophole to the healthcare law that will provide some Americans with an exemption to tax penalties for lack of health insurance coverage if they had previously had a plan which was then cancelled because it did not meet the minimum benefit requirements of the Affordable Care Act. The opposition has taken the opportunity to state…

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