• Why There’s No Substitute for the Individual Mandate

    Republicans seeking to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are finding it difficult to eliminate its individual mandate while maintaining protections for people with preexisting conditions. The mandate has succeeded in keeping young, healthy people in the insurance market. The alternatives under consideration won’t accomplish that and would cause some...

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  • Extending Marketplace Tax Credits Would Make Coverage More Affordable for Middle-Income Adults

    Affordability of health coverage is a growing challenge for Americans facing rising premiums, deductibles, and copayments. The Affordable Care Act’s tax credits make marketplace insurance more affordable for eligible lower-income individuals. However, individuals lose tax credits when their income exceeds 400 percent of the federal poverty level, creating a steep...

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  • Fixing Our Most Pressing Health Insurance Problems: A Bipartisan Path Forward

    With Senate Republicans mired in seemingly intractable disagreements about how to proceed with health reform, which may very well not be resolved by the latest Senate draft bill, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested on July 6 that a bipartisan short-term fix may be needed for the problems of the individual...

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How the Repeal and Replacement of the Affordable Care Act Would Affect Your State
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