Midterm Elections

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If Supreme Court strikes down ACA subsidies, states could step in

If the U.S. Supreme Court rules next year that the Affordable Care Act subsidies aren't legal, it could make health insurance unaffordable for millions of consumers. But could states save the healthcare reform law?

Midterm elections lower chances of Medicaid expansion

Voters in five states elected Republican governors on Tuesday, dashing most hopes of expanding Medicaid in Florida, Georgia, Wisconsin, Maine and Kansas, reported Kaiser Health News.

White House set to allow grandfathered plans to continue

The White House could announce--possibly as early as this week--that insurers can continue offering policies that don't meet coverage requirements under the Affordable Care Act, sources told  The Hill's Healthwatch.

GOP push for repeal could deny Rep. Giffords coverage

If, understandably, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) decided after her recovery to leave Congress for the less-visible private sector (before she ran for office, she was the third generation to run

Insurers hope newly-elected Republicans ease their burdens

Now that the midterm elections are over and Republicans have taken control of the House, health insurers are lobbying to help shape the new GOP healthcare agenda, the Wall Street Journal reports.