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February 2015

Recent Stories of Interest

From Inside Health Insurance Exchanges - Based on the 2014 tax returns processed as of Feb. 6, about 12% of filings were assessed a penalty because one or more family members went without health coverage for part or all of 2014, according to preliminary data provided to HEX from Mark Steber, chief tax officer at Jackson Hewitt Tax Service. Another 10% to 15% of those filers claimed an exemption. The IRS on Jan. 28 projected that 6 million people — between 2% and 4% of all tax filers — would have to pay a penalty under the individual mandate. Read more

For the 2015 plan year, 75 provider-led health plans (PLHPs) offered coverage… Read more

Since the beginning of 2015, CoOportunity Health has been in rehabilitation, under… Read more

Given the broad range of choices available through public and private insurance… Read more

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March 4, 2015
E-News Alert for March 4, 2015

This week's headlines

  • Lawmakers in Ohio, Tenn. Discuss Launching, Blocking State-run Exchanges
  • Actuaries Urge HHS to Create a SCOTUS Contingency Plan
  • Loss of Subsidies Could Boost Coverage Costs as Much as 774%
  • 13,000 Were Overcharged by Healthplanfinder

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March 4, 2015
SCOTUS Hotly Divided in King v. Burwell

‎SCOTUS‬ liberals hammered away at the ‪ACA‬ challengers in the ‪‎first day of oral arguments in King v. Burwell‬.

March 3, 2015
Obama: 'I'm Not Going to Anticipate Bad Law'

In an interview with Reuters, President Barack Obama declined to provide a back-up plan in the event of an adverse ruling in King v. Burwell, saying he won't "anticipate bad law."

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