Affordable Care Act
Imagine how social security was first administered. Now imagine how the Affordable Care Act could look in 75 years.
President Barack Obama spent the evening in Dallas. Air Force One touched down just before 5 p.m. The President spent several hours in North Texas — meeting with supporters and raising money — all while in the visible eye of protesters.
It was almost 5 p.m. on the dot when President Barack Obama, aboard Air Force Once, arrived at Dallas Love Field.
The rollout of the Affordable Care Act did not go as planned. But on Wednesday, President Barack Obama will be in Dallas to thank the volunteers who have been educating the uninsured.
A new poll shows that U.S. Senator Ted Cruz would beat out Governor Rick Perry, Congressman Paul Ryan and Senator Marco Rubio in a Republican Presidential Primary in Texas.
Amid all of the controversy surrounding the troubled roll-out of the Affordable Care Act, President Obama will meet Wednesday with North Texas volunteers to thank them for helping to spread the word about the healthcare reform law.
For many North Texans the months-long wait times for a doctor’s appointment has become the norm and all this is before the Affordable Care Act extends coverage to possibly millions more Americans.
A key part of the Affordable Care Act begins on Tuesday, allowing Ameicans to start enrolling for healthcare coverage. Check out our resource guide for answers to your questions.
Just hours from now, open enrollment begins for millions of Americans who will be required to obtain insurance under the Affordable Care Act. In Dallas, that means most of the 500,000 uninsured will have to sign up for a plan.
A major part of the Affordable Care Act goes into effect on October 1, and members of the Obama administration are hitting the road to clear up some confusion.
Businesses and local governments across the country are bracing for changes coming to healthcare next Tuesday. That is when a key part of the Affordable Care Act goes into effect.
Freshman Sen. Ted Cruz says he will speak until he’s no longer able to stand in opposition to President Barack Obama’s health care law.