In the controversial King vs. Burwell ruling, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled 6-3 that the Affordable Care Act passes Constitutional muster as written <rimshot>. The case had threatened to tear apart the political underpinnings of the law – and one of its chief selling points for millions of lower and middle-class voters: The subsidies available to […]

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This is an interesting piece of news and one that may oddly add another tie between Obamacare and student loans. We reported here previously that a certain percent of student loan profits are being invested in the Affordable Care Act, but this other tie may be of more benefit to in-debt students and graduates. However, […]

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Although employer implementation of the Affordable Care Act has been delayed, the individual mandate still stands and enrollments are set to begin in two months. While Obamacare has drawn increasing criticism even from Democrats as implementing the plan is proving to be problematic and costly, for now it’s still on.

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