Today is the last day for ACA signup

Today is the last day for ACA signup

Save My Care spokesman David Miller says repeal of the Affordable Care Act would hurt millions of Americans now covered under the law.

"More things are added to that list every year of things that are being centralized because you can then spread the cost", she said. ACA signups for 2017 coverage have been running at a faster pace than past year.

Nine states, including Oklahoma, had no limit on how long insurers could make people wait. "This is more nuanced than people might realize". "Now I feel like there are a lot of insecurities".

"If this repeal happens without replacement, we're facing, as a city, some tough decisions on how to fund the health centers", said Robert Schlanz, a financial manager for the health department. After enrolling in the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare three years ago, Davis learned she had asthma.

Cox signed up for the ACA for the first time on Tuesday. Joseph Ross, MD, a professor at Yale School of Medicine, says that drug pricing is a "huge issue that needs to be addressed".

Alexander was speaking after a committee meeting, in which several witnesses warned of a March deadline to give insurance companies some sense stability to prevent the marketplaces from going into turmoil. Consumers will also be allowed to group together to buy coverage, using their numbers of negotiate better prices as well as coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.

So far 11.5 million people nationwide have insurance through the affordable care act.

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Donald Trump's promise to be the "greatest jobs president God ever produced" could brush up against his antipathy to the Affordable Care Act, according to a new analysis. Congressional Republicans have yet to coalesce behind a clear plan to replace the law.

"The plan will be to repeal and replace Obamacare", said President Trump.

Both plans remove an Obamacare mandate for all adults to get insurance.

Repealing the Affordable Care Act would do just the opposite - making mental health services more expensive and more hard to access for millions of Americans. In addition, the Republican plan will nearly certainly fund high-risk pools for people with costly conditions. "That's one of the concerns".

If you need health insurance through Obamacare, you must enroll Tuesday, Jan. 31.

"These are unbiased, highly-trained assisters that are here to help you find the right plan for you and your family", Deputy State Director of Enroll America Mark Van Arnam said.